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ARCHIVES U428 C9 1947 
North Georgia College 
CYCLOPS 





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e 1947 



CYCLOP 

Ujecii'oook of 

NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

for the 



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CADETS 



CO-EDS 





V. \V. M( KvER, 
Editor 
Moultrie. Ga. 





[list l>H >. WOODDY 

Business Manager 
Albiinv. Ga. 



Mrs. V. W. McEver, Jr. 

Sponsor 

New York, N. Y. 



FOREWORD 



Once more North Georgia College is a senior college and once more the 
Cyclops goes forth to take its place with the Yearbooks of the various other de- 
gree-granting institutions. In the 1947 Cyclops you will find as complete a 
picture of student life at N.G.C. as we are able to give you. Our only hope is 
that the pleasure we experienced in bringing it to you be impregnateil within 
your hearts as only the powers of reminiscence are capable. 



Table of Contents 



Foreword 2 

Dedication 4 

Seniors 5 

Faculty 7 

Juniors 14 

Who's Who 18 

Sophomores 21 

Beauty Queens 29 

Freshmen 34 

R.O.T.C 44 

Sports 58 

Organizations 69 

Student Life 108 

Advertisements 113 




DEDICATED 



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SENIORS OF '47 





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Mrs. R. a. Lowrey 

Sponsor 

Preston, Ga. 



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With deepest sincerity we dedicate this ethtion of the Cyclops to Marilynn 
Edmonds, Richard M. Lowrey, Edrie Nellie Nix, Mary Ruth Nix, Wadie 
Rountree, Joe S. Wooddy, Jimmy G. Woodward, and Ben Yarbrough, the 
members of the Senior Class of 1947. May it serve throughout the years as a 
means by which you may recall the pleasant memories of the time you spent 
at North Georgia College. 



SENIORS OF 1947 




MARILYNN EDMONDS 

Smyrna, Georgia 

Bathelor of Science (Biology) 

Science Club. 1, 2. 4; Home Ec. Club, 1, 2: Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 4; Hip- 

polytan Team, 1, 2, 4; Capr. Hippolytan Team, 2; Rec Council, 2; 

Cyclops Staff, 4; Catlct Bugler Staff, 4; Secretary Senior Class, 4. 




Basketball, 
ganization, 



RICHARD M. LOVVREY 

Preston, Georgia 

Bachelor of Sciciue (Physics) 

1, 2, 4; "D" Club, 4: Officer's Club, 4; Student Veterans Or- 

4; Commandant's Staff, 4: Honorary Captain, 4; President 

Senior Class, 4. 




EDRIE NELLIE NIX 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science (Education) 

Rec Club. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hippolytan, I, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club, 4. 




MARY RUTH NIX 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science (Business .-Id in.) 

Rec Club, 2, 3, 4; Trahlytans, 2. 3, 4: Y.W.C.A.. 2, 3, 4; Rec Council, 

4; Cheerleader, 4; Deans list, 2, 3; Treasurer Senior Class. 



SENIORS OF 1947 





BEN C. YARBROUGH 

Madison, Georgia 

Bachelor of Arts (History) 

Sgts. Club, 1, 2; Officer's Club, 2, 3, ■); Capt. Staff, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Thcta 

Fraternity, 3, 4; Treasurer, Pan-Hellenic Council, 4. 



JOE SAM WOOUUV, JR. 
Norcross, Georgia 
Bachelor of Science (Physics) 
Y.M.C.A., 1; "Y" Council, 2; Sergeant "A" Co., 2; Rex Pledge, 1: Mem- 
ber, 2, 4; 2nd Vice-Pres., 4; 1st Sgt. "A" Co., 4; Pres. Sgfs Club, 4; 
Vice-Pres. Senior Class, 4: Bus. Mgr. Cyclops, 4: Stud. Vets. Organiza- 
tion, 4; Pan-Hellenic Council. 4. 




WADIE J. ROUNTREE 

Summit, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science (Physical Ediicalion) 

Sergeant's Club. 2: Officer's Club, 3, 4: Glee Club, 3, 4; Generals, 1, 

4: Phys. Ed. Club, 3, 4. 




JIMMY G. 'WOODWARD 

Dahloncga, Georgia 

Bachelor of Science (Biology) 

Captain, Kn Staff, 2; Officers Club, 2; Dean's List, 1, 2, 4. 



OFFICERS OF THE ADMINISTRATION 




I. C". Kot.inb, l^rfsiilfnt 

Kailliaiii ("iillc-jjc, B.S.; (^)lunibia University, A.M.; 

I'lcdniont CiillcKc K<l. I). 



Mf.rritt E. Hoag, Assislaiit to the 

President 

Etlinhciro College, B.S.: Duke Uni- 

vcrsitv, M. Ed.; Texas Christian 

University, Graduate Study. 




Alice Donovan-, Dean of Women 

Georgia State College for Women. 

B.S.H.E. 




J. C. SiRMOvs, Detin 

Emory University. Ph.B.: Emory 

University, .\.M.; Duke University, 

Graduate Stutly. 



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COLONKL PaI 1. M. HlTCIIfRSON, 

Comnjtindiint of Ciiiiets 
North Georgia College, B.S.C. 




Will D. Young, Pegislrar 

Cumberland University, A.B. ; M.A.; University 

t)f Chicago, Graduate Study; Peabody College, 

Graduate Study. 

Mrs. Ella Ray Oakes, Assislnnl Registrar 
Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College, B.S. 



Harry B. Forester, Biology 

University of Alabama, M.S.; University of Wis- 
consin, Ph.I^. 

John D. Anthony, Biology 
Transylvania University, B.S.; Emory University, 
A.M.; University of Kentucky, Graduate Study. 



John C. Simms, Chemistry 

Millsaps College, B.S.; Vanderbilt University, 

M.S.; Western Reserve University, Ph.D. 

Robert H. Belcher, Chemistry 

Georgia State College for Men, B.S.; University 

of North Carolina. M.S.; University of North 

Carolina, Graduate Study. 



Newton Oakes, Business Administration 
University of Kentucky, B.S.; University of Ken- 
tucky, M..A.; University of Kentucky, Graduate 
Study. 

Lorimer B. Freeman, Business Administration 

University of Georgia, B.S.C. ; University of 

Georgia, M.S.C. 



THE ADMINISTRATION 



AND FACULTY... 



Zed H. Burns. Education 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute, B.S.; M.S.; Uni- 
versity ot Cincinnati, Ed.D. 



C. E. Stevenson, Education 

Oglethorpe University, A.B.; Duke University, 

Graduate Study; University of Georgia, Graduate 

Study. 



Bert H. Flanders, English 

Emory University, A.B.; \M.: Duke University, 

Ph.D. 

W. Desmond Booth, English 

Georgia State College for Men, B.S.; Emory 

University, A.M.; University of North Carolin.i, 

Graduate Study. 



William E. Clark, English 

Centre College, A.B.; University of Kentucky, 

M.A.; University of Kentucky, Graduate Study; 

Vanderbilt University, Graduate Study 

Charles E. Lawrence, English 

Mercer University, A.B.; Columbia University, 

M.A. 



Mrs. J. C. SiRMONS. English 

LaGrange College; Emory University; Georgia 
State College, B.S. Ed. 



Bessie L. Freeman. Home Economics 

Central State College, B.S.; Oklahoma A. & M. 

College, M.S. 





Ai-BKRT Cobb, Physical EdiUiilioii 

Sciutlnvcstcrn University, B.S.; Acliliti.mal work 

(in Master's Degree. 

William H. Groves. Physnal Ediuulion 

University of Southern Illinois. K.S. Complete 

requirements for M.A. 



Charles M. Yager, Physiis 
University of Maryland, B.S. in Mechanical En- 
gineering; Duke University, M. Eil. 

Joseph ,'\. Mitchell, Physiis 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute, B.,S. in Mechanical 

Engineering. 



EwELL G. PiGC, Physics 

Central Missouri Teachers' College, B.S.: Peabody 

College, A.M. 

Andrew W. Cain. SochiI Science 
N'orth Georgia College, A.B.; University of Philip- 
pines, A.M.: University of Georgia, Graduate 
Study; University of Texas, Graduate Study; Uni- 
versity of Philippines, Graduate Study; University 
of California, Graduate Study: Columbia Uni- 
versity, Graduate Study; University of North 
Carolina, Graduate Study; University of Virginia, 
Graduate Study. 



Fred W. Calvert, Social Science 

University of Kansas, A.B., A.M.; University of 
Missouri, Ph.D. 

I. Treadvi'ELL Davis, Social Science 
Memphis State College, B.S.: Vanderbilt Uni- 
versity, A.M.: Vanderbilt University, Graduate 
Study 



John C. Barnes, Malhemalics 

North Georgia College, B.S.; Harvard University, 

Graduate Study. 

RoscoL SiiNtTORF, Miit/iertuitiiS 
Karlhani College, B..-\.: University of Pennsyl- 
vania, M.S.: Universit\' oi Pennsylvania, Pli.I ). 



Lamblth R. 'r(n\'soN. Mtithtwiitus 
Emory University, B.S.; University ot Georgia, 
M.A.; University of North Carolina, Graduate 
Stu<ly; University of Chicago, Graduate Stutly. 

Mrs. \\*iLi,!A.\i v.. Ci-AKK, Miithcniiitii s 
University of Kentucky, A.H. 



Camillas J. Dismukes, Moficrn Ltiiigrtiiges 

Birmingham Southern College, A.B.; University 

of North Carolina. M..\. 

Hubert St:HNLt:K, Modern Ltingiitigcs 

University of Chicago, B.A.: Miami University, 

M.A.; Yale University, Ph.D. 



C. A. Sheeis, Vhysnal luintiiliun 
University of Iowa, AM.: M..\.; University of 
Iowa, Graduate Study; Southwestern University, 

Graduate Study. I 

Nelle C. BiRroN, I'hysiiiil Eiliiiulioii 
(Jeorgc Pcabudy College, H.S.. A.M. 





Mrs. Susie M. Harris, Lihrahan 

Piedmont College, A.B. ; University of Georgia; 

Peabody College, A.B.L.S. 

Della Lee McCann, Assistant Lthranon 
North Georgia College, Graduate 



R. H. Black, Tieasiirer, Business Manager 



H. H. Gilbert, Accotintant 



Grace Conner, Secretary 
North Georgia College, Graduate. 

Mrs. Roy Barden, Secretary 
Athens Business College. 



Sara Frances .\dams, Secretary to the President 
University of Georgia, B.B.A. 

Vernelle Gillespie, Secretary 
North Georgia College, Graduate. 



THE ADMINISTRATION 



AND FACULTY... 



J. \V. Phillips, Boolyk.ccpcr 



Mattie Craig, Manager of BoolyStore 



JtAN Meyer, Dtetniati 
Georgia State College for Women, B.S.H.E. 



Mrs. Addie D. Henson, Assistant Dietician 



Mrs. Bertha Ward, R.N., College Nurse 




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J U N I O R S 



OFFICERS 

John T. Williamson President 

Argin Boggus Vice-President 

Mildred Bailev Secretary 

Thomas J. Mathlws Treasurer 





Mrs. W. B. Williamson 

SpoTisor 

Albany, Georgia 



John T. Williamson 
Albany, Georgia 




Ah*. IN Boggus 
Fitzgerald, Georgia 





MiLURLD BaIU \ 

Macon, Georgia 



Thomas J. Mathews 
Buena Vista, Georgia 



Hugh E. Andui:ws, )i( McRac, Ga. 

Fkank S. Uarultt 1 lolly Springs, (la. 

Aktiilk E. Baukon, )h Raliun (lap, (ia. 

C. T. BATTLt, |k Ellaville, C,i\. 

Waltlr C. BLhDsoL, lit Salisbury, N. C. 

John Blodgi-TT Ciaincsville, Ga. 

Fkank Bovd Dahlonega, Ga. 

Blttv Calloway Takillah Falls, Ga. 

Makjokie Calvlkt Dahlonega, Ga. 






Taylor Chastain Athens, Ga. 

Alton Harold Craig .... Lawrcnceville, CJa. 
Miller A. Dial Walnut Grove, CJa. 

Billy (Jirtman Hazlchur.st, CJa. 

Richard R. Grant Cornelia, Ga. 

(horgi: Franklin Green .... Bostwick, (Ja. 

iMak\' Henderson I'.rooks, Ga. 

Nancy Hinson I'olkston, CJa. 

Elizabeth ). Hinter Marietta. Ga. 




RoBLKT L. Johnston Woodstock, Ga. 

George Harold Kilpatrick . . Forest Park, Ga. 
Dorothy Mae Kino Dahloncga, Cia. 

John Charles Maddox Madison, Ga. 

JOHN W. Moore Dahlonega, Ga. 

Rov E. McCard Thomaston, Ga. 

Mable McElvey Valdosta, Ga. 

WiLLL\M Henry Nichols .... Jackson, Miss. 
Ben B. Overstreet Graymont, Ga. 



Helen J. Pierce Eton, Ga. 

James D. Pratt Covington, Ga. 

Charles E. Price Canton, Ga. 

Robert E. Purcell Ball Ciround, Ga. 

Wadie J. RouNTREE Summit, Ga. 

Zell Sargent Pitts, Ga. 



Charlie Curtis Smith 
William Morris Taylor 
Hugh Maxson Thomason 



Fitzgerald, Ga. 

Dawsonvillc, Ga. 

, . Atlanta, Ga. 




DA\'ID A. TIPPINS Claxton, Ga. 

EDDIE MAE TCJDD ISURRE . . . Sarah, Ga. 
MIRIAM JEAN WHITE Suchcs, Ca. 




MARION E. WOOD, IR Baxley, Ga. 

CHARLES LEON WORLEY, JR. . . Valdosta, Ga. 




One ship sails east; another west. 
By the selfsame winds that blow; 
"Tis the set of the sail and not the gale 
That determines the way they go. 

Like winds of the sea are the ways ol tatc 
As we journey along through lile; 
'Tis the set of the soul that determines the go.il 
Aiul not the calm or the strile. 



We, the members of the Junior Class of 1947, have eome to realize the truth of this 
beautiful little poem. Being the first junior Class since 1'^^^, wc lake high esteem m 
setting the st.mdards for all the succeeding Juniors. 



NORTH GEORGIA 

WHO'S WHO 





LT. lOHN SAXON 
Mr. N. G. C. 

Lt. Company "A"; veteran, freshman. 



MISS. VIRGINIA KINGERY 

Miss N. G. C. 

President Y.W.C.A.; Mercurean; 
Rec. Council; Sophomore. 



"Many are called but few are chosen." Yes, in the election of the 1947 Who's Who at 
North Georgia College, many were called but of course only one could be chosen to fill 
each position. Below is given the names and titles of the members of Who's Who and 
also a brief sketch of their activities. 



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liiM IUli. Must Milildiy C.iidi! 

t';i|>t;iin, C>(inipan\ '"C"; Sophomore. 



N'lli. Paris HiiiDiissol C.iicil M n k I.owikv . . . Mun Inulligenl Cadtl 

McaiiR-an; Soplioniori . Honorary Chaplain: Basketball Team: Captain, 

"!>" Onmpany: Sen'or. 




HE\iJiLV Bowers l-rieiullicst Coi:l Wilbur Pippin .... Most I'crsalilc Cider Marjorie Dams .... Most \'cis,iiilc Coid 

^'&H"' P/"' Company 'T)"; President Dramatic CluB: MerLiirean: Y.W.c:.,\. Council: Vice-Presideiit 
Mercurean: Society Editor ot Cyclops: 2nd Cam- Freshman. Dramatic Club: Freshman. 

pus l'.caLit\ ; Freshman. 




Carl Moran Must Athletic Cadet .Arcin Bogcl-s . . Best Personality (Cadet) ]t \\ \Vilso\ Most .IthUtie Coed 

Q.mpany "A": \-ice-Prcsident Rex Fraternity: Best Drilled Sergeant TraliUtan; Rec Council: Debatiiij; Team; Sopho- 
President Pan Hellenic Council; Boys' Sports Vnendliest Roy more. 
Editor ol: the Cadet Bugler: Sophomore. Company "B"; Serjjeant, C:ompany "B"; Presi- 
dent Sigma Theta; Junior. 



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Iean' White Most InteUigetit Coed JiDV Paumer .... Best Persoinitity Coed Richard Gran r . . . Most .Imhilioiis Cadet 

Most Likely to Succeed Mercurcin: ,\rt F.<liti)r of Cyclops; Sophomore. Company "C"; Junior. 

President of Rec Council; News Editor of Cadet 
Bugler: Debating Team; Junior. 




Jean Healan .... Most Ambitions Coed 

Trahlytan; Editor-in-CJiief of the Cadet Bugler; 

Rec. Council; Associate Editor of Cvci.ops; B.S.U. 

Council; Sophomore. 



"So God hits armed youth tirid 
puberty and manhood no less 
tvith its oti'n piquancy and 
charm, and made it enviable 
and gracious ..." 

— Emerson. 




C. T. Battle .... Most Lively to Sinreed 
Lt., Company "C"; Junior 





Elizabeth Harden . . Best Dancer (Coed) 
Mcrcurean; Freshman. 



Wh.ll\m Blackwell 



Best Dancer I Cadet I 



Company ".'\"; Freshman. 



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COURSES t)FFERED 

101 — Orientation in Canteenology. 

102 — How to Make Dates. 

200 — Methods of Approach, Acccj) 
tance and Refusal. 

201 — Refutation of Methotls of Re- 
fusal. 

300 — Conversational Styles. 

301-302— Double Course in Gold 
(Brickinj; anil Digging). 




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Professor Jack Roberts 

Ph.D., A.M., B.S., N.G.C. 

Canteenology 




COURSES OFFERED 

400 — Sophistication. 

401— Duplication of 400. 

There are other courses to be of- 
fered but with a complete knowl- 
edge of the above courses a normal 
student will find little difficulty in 
keeping morale at a high level. Com- 
pletion of 8 courses enables a stu- 
dent to become candidate lor a B.S 
in C^anteenology. I'rol. Roberts con- 
fers the degrees. 




Ray Dollar 


Lawrence Bennett 


Bill Robison 


Bob McClure 


A.M. in H. D. 


A.M. in P. M. 


, B.S. in F. S. 


B.S. in G. 


(Hot Dog Mii/i:iigl 


(Postimistcring) 


(Floor Sweeping) 


(Guhhing) 




Jiwli Baygciou. .V.t/'.C, I'ustniuitii .// tuiiiuuc to his jiHonlc ahodc 



') oil /nn-in't hcctt lo Xorih Gcurguf untii yon enter the Cantccti. 




VlUOl.E W. McEvKR, 1r. 


D.WIU Ou KN 


|. i:. M. DllNALLl 


President 


Sccirliiry 


Tieusrtrer 


Moultrie, Ga. 


Calhoun, Ga. 


Ashburn, Ga. 




Mrs. Mak^ MlL\ kr 

Sponsor 

Muultric. Gd. 



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SOPHOMORES 



Sau.\ Alicene Abercrombie Dahlonega, Ga. 

S.\M Akins Nashville, Cia. 

Rita Andrews Hapeville, Cia. 

Bettve Anderson Chatsworth, Cia. 

RoANNE Arrendale Tiger, CJa. 

Sara Virginia Baker Rockmart, Cia. 

Jack M. Bargeron Waycross, Cia. 



Miriam Barnett Commerce, CJa. 

William T. Barron Marietta, Ga. 

John Thomas Bell, Jr Columbus, CJa. 

Joe Robert Bennett Conyers, CJa. 

Joel Thomas Biles CJriffin, Cja. 

Bobby Blalock Tifton, Cia. 

Clalde S. Boatwright Svvainsboro, Cia. 



Abercrombie 

Barnett 



Akins 
Rarrox 



Andrews 
Bell 



Anderson 

HrN-XFTT 



Arrendale 
Biles 



Baker 

Blalock 



Bargeron 

BOATWRIf.HI 





BOATRIGHT 


Bowers 


Britt 


Brooke 


Brower 


Brown, D. 


Brown, J. E. 


Brown, J. H. 


Brown, M. 


Bruce 


BURCII 


Burdette 


Bi'ssi:v 


Butler 



Iane Boatkight Tennille, Ga. 

Hi.VEKLv BowEKS Canoii, (la. 

Colon R. Huitt, )k St. Simons Island, Ga. 

Stafford Reaue Brooke, Jk Dalton, Ga. 

Weslev H. Browek Worthington, Minn. 

Doyle Brown Bowersville, (Ja. 

JAMES HKR^L'\N Brown Gainesville, Ga. 

JostPH E. Brown Hinesville, Ga. 

Marion Frances Brown Jefferson, Ga. 

Mary Beth Bruce Martin, CJa. 

LoNNiE F. Burch Tennille, Ga. 

James M. Burdette, Jr Calhoun, Ga. 

Preston Brooks Bussey Augusta, Ga. 

Walter C. Butler, Jr Macon, Ga. 



Robert Haeseler Buxton Bvromville, (ni. 

Beverly Colwell Hapevillc, (ia. 

Clarence Harold Chandler Clermont, (Ja. 

]\niihRT A. Clay DeSoto, Ga. 

Margaret Cobb Hartwell, (!a. 

Eloise Cogburn Jasper, (la. 

WiLLLAM E. Cohen, Jr Dalton, Ga. 

Red Coker Gainesville, Ga. 

MH^^^M Estelle Coffey Chatsworth, Ga. 

John M. Cowart, Jr Arlington, CJa. 

Lewis Day Marietta, CJa. 

Hazel Anne Dean Bowersville, Ga. 

Hubert J. Deaton, Jr (kiincsville, Cia. 

(Barter Densmori. ('anton, Ga. 



MlXTON 

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Colwell 

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Chandler 

Cowart 



Clay 
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Cobb 



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Edwards, J. 
Gailey 



Elder 
Gardner 



John E. Ducgan Macon, Ga. 

Billy C. Durant Waycross, Ga. 

Albert C. Eagan College Park, Ga. 

Bradley Edmondson Gainesville, Ga. 

Betty Lyle Edwards Dahlonega, Ga. 

Joseph Edwards Raymond, Ga. 

Sybil Elizabeth Elder Jefferson, Ga. 

Beth Elrod Commerce, Ga. 

James T. Etheridce Amsterdam, Ga. 

AiLENE Fowler Cartersville, Ga. 

Robert D. Freeman Nicholson, Ga. 

Lorraine Frve Taliulah Lodge, Ga. 

Thomas C. Gailey Gainesville, Ga. 

James F. Gardner, Jr Rossville, Ga. 



T. Clark Gilbert Atlanta, Ga. 

Ray F. Gore Austell, Ga. 

Claudia Green Bostwick, Ga. 

Lamar Green Canton, Ga. 

James Jathan Gregory Chatsworth, Ga. 

Jack R. Griffeth Tate, Ga. 

Harold L Hall Cornelia, Ga. 

Billy Hargett West Point, Ga. 

Harriette L. Hargrove Eatonton, Ga. 

Julian Harley Sparta, Ga. 

Merrill Weed Harper Hartwell, Ga. 

Joel F. Hatcher Griffin, Ga. 

Barbara Ann Hawes Norcross, Ga. 

Martha Leslie Hawkins Canton, Ga. 



Gilbert 


Gore 


Green 


Green 


Gregory 


Griffeth 


Hall 


Hargett 


Hargrove 


Harley 


Harper 


Hatcher 


Hawes 


Hawkiv 








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Johnson 



Ulndrv 
Kelley 



HtNLKV 

Kendrick 



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King, C. 



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King, K. 



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Jean Healan Winder, Ga. 

C. E. Heath Junction City, Ga. 

Sidney Hendry, Jr Hinesville, Ga. 

Lester Henley, Jr Danielsville, Ga. 

Robert L. Henry Waycross, Ga. 

P. Sealu Hipp Lagrange, Ga. 

Martha Frances Hood Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Mildred Horton East Point, Ga. 

Alene Johnson EUijay, Ga. 

John L. Kelly Atlanta, Ga. 

Nisbet S. Kendrick, Jr Waynesboro, Ga. 

Claidia King White Plains, Ga. 

M. Eugene King Cartersville, Ga. 

Emily Virginia Kincery Gordon, Ga. 



Anne Elizabeth Kling LaFayette, Ga. 

Lynda Lambeth Decatur, Ga. 

Audrey Lane Alpharetta, Ga. 

Lucile Leard Bowersville, Ga. 

Charles Ledbettik Tallulah Falls, t!a. 

Jean Lehnheku Cartersville, Ga. 

Doris Loweuy Lawrenceville, (ia. 

Jimmy Luke Vshluim, (ia. 

Alva Mashburn .\del, Ga. 

Llewellyn Vance Mashbuun Adel, Ga. 

Robert S. Mavne Winder, Ga. 

Charlie Joe Meadow Cordele, Ga. 

Jo Meschine Clarkcsvillc, Ga. 

Fred J. Melton Brookfield, Ga. 



Lambeth 




Lane 




Leard 


Leubeiter 


Lhhnherr 


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Mashburn, 


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Mill IK 


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MORAN 


Major 


Motes 


Moi'LTRIE 


MacElhaxn'on 


McKlAKV 


Mrl.KOD 


Nash 


Nesbht 



Mickey Green Middi.eton Colquitt, Ga. 

Henuv D. Miles Dunvvoody, Ga. 

H. J. Miller Calhoun, Ga. 

Jimmy Mitchell (iriffin, Ga. 

Charles R. Mdore Dahlonega, (Ja. 

Carl Moran Augusta, Ga. 

John M. Major Danburg, Ga. 

Sara Motes Rockmart, Ga. 

Margaret Moultrie Woodbury, Ga. 

Jim MacElhannon Winder, Ga. 

Hl-gh H. McElvei-, Jk Valdosta, CSa. 

Stewart McLeod Ellaville, Ga. 

Opal Kate Nash Decatur, Ga. 

James William Nesbitt Leary, Ga. 



Marvin O'Dilion, Jr Tennille, Ga. 

Anne Palmer Loganville, Ga. 

Carolyn Palmer Hapeville, Ga. 

Julia Ernestine Palmer Dahlonega, Ga. 

Julia Palmer Atlanta, Ga. 

Norma Palmer Loganville, Ga. 

Nell Paris Rockmart, Ga. 

Henry A. Parrish Wrens, Ga. 

Harry Partridge Lincolnton, Ga. 

Allie Perkins Rockmart, Ga. 

Earl F. Phillips Hinesville, Ga. 

Garland F. Pinholster Valdosta, Ga. 

Hakiild E. Pinson (jainesville, Ga. 

William Y. Powell Cairo, Ga. 



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CATiihiUNt Reece Ellijay, (!a. 

James L. Reeves Chester, Ga. 

DoROTHV Phyllis Reniuoe Sandersville, Ga. 

Bill Robison Monroe, Ga. 

Donald Roberts Jefferson, Ga. 

Sue Roberts Haddock, Ga. 

Oliver H. Rogers TunnL-l Hill, Ga. 

Joe Rowland Wrights\ ille, (Sa. 

Tommy Saffold Madison, Ga. 

Sara E. Satterfield Dahlonega, Ga. 

Bettie Saunders Norcross, Ga. 

Lawrence L. Savage, Jr (niincsvillc, Ga. 

Elsie Short Clarkesville, Ga. 



William Marvin S:sk Lexington, Ga. 

Catherine Smith Toccoa, (ia. 

John C. Stanton, Jr Dotlian, .\la. 

John A. Stark Lawrenceville, (Ja. 

DoRoTiii Stephens Cordele, Cia. 

Carter McRae Stout McRae, CJa. 

John Tarpley, Jr .\lhany, (Ja. 

Helen Tatum Clarkesville, Ga. 

(lERALD Doss Thomas Calvary, (la. 

|oE T. Thrasher Winder, (la. 

Sidney Thrasher Atlanta, (la. 

Earl C. Troup Fitzgerald, (Ja. 

Howard \'. Turner Atlanta, Ga. 



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Qlincy Vickers, Jr Darien, Ga. 

Hi'GH Walker Fayetteville, Ga. 

Ti-RNER Warmack Chatsworth, Ga. 

LdLisE Westbrook Gainesville, Ga. 

Betty Whelchel Clermont, Ga. 

Henry Chick Whelchel Cordele, Ga. 



Whitehord S. Moore Ludovvici, Ga. 

Beusse Whitworth, Ir Gainesville, Ga. 

Charles H. Wilkinson Claxton, Ga. 

Charles I. Wilson Blairsville, Ga. 

Jean Wilson Douglasville, Ga. 

Ray Dollar Cairo, Ga. 



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THOMAS A. AKIN Summervillc. Ga. 

HUGH L. ABBOTT Tate, Ga. 

HIRAM D. ABERNATHY Dillarii, Ga. 

JEAN ADAMS Roswell, Ga. 

LLOYD D. ALEXANDER, JR Dublin, Ga. 

MARION A. ALLEN F.irt Valley, Ga. 

JEANETTE ALLEN Cleveland, Ga. 

lAMES H. ARCHER College Park, Ga. 

HEN AMASON Wa.-hingMn, Ga. 

CORNELIUS C. AMASON Raylc, Ga. 

BENJAMIN AMICK. Ccilunibus, Ga. 

MARIE ANDERSON Ellijay, Ga. 

ALGEN AYERS Cornelia, Ga. 

HAROLD T. BABB Eastanollee, Ga. 

)OHN A. BAILEY Ashburn, Ga. 

OPAL VIRGINIA BAKER Grecnboro, Ga. 

MELL BALDWIN. |R. • • . Clark.Mon. Ga. 

DOT BARBER East Point, Ga. 

LAVERNE BARGE East Point, Ga. 

HARRY J. BARNES Manchester, Ga. 

PAUL C. BARNES Warm Springs. Ga. 

t:.\RI. T. BARRETT Holly Springs, Ga. 

LENNARD L. BARTLETT Thomason, Ga. 

AILEEN BASKIN Manchester, Ga. 





inWARI) R. B[-:i)ENBAUGH, |R Hariw.ll, C.i. 

LAWRENCE BENNETT Waycmss, c;.i. 

THOMAS BENNETT LaCran^i-. Cia. ll^O^^^ Bk. ^" 

BILL BERRY Athens. ^^E!^A^9 ^mJ^ 

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\OV. McENTIRE BLACK Allania, (Ja. 

SEABRON L. BLACKWELL M.mtinlln. Ca. 

MARC;ARET CELESTE BLACKWELI Lincolnli.n, Ca. 

WILLL'VM WRIGHT BLACKWELL. . . . Augiisui, (ia. ^^^r-m.» B.™ ^^k^ m< ^^^mmr • 

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VASKO BLAIR Lake Park. (la. • ,_ Mot. W^ «l t 1 

SAMUEL L. BLOUNT ThomaMcn, (/a. ^L"^ ■ **" M *~ ' W_ 

GLENN E. HOLDING Gainesville, Ga. _^^^ ^ .^M^^ ^C^-^W IL^ _^j| 

WELTON BOOTH ^P^ |^^ ^^HSB^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^M^^IM 

FRED T. BOWERS. IR. West Point. Ga. W^ "^ K "^ ■ 1 M^ '' 

HOYT BR.ACKETT Bkiirsville, (ia. ^k ^ lC_ It "^ 

JOHN HENRY BRADLEY, )R. Conyers, Ga. ^^ ^ ^'^^W ^^^^^h^ 

BERNICE BRADY ^F^ %jS^ ^MI^^^F ^Vv^^^W^ 

RICHARD A. BRIIK;ES LaGran.ue. Ga, ^^ V |_~ § ■&» fc. f- 

REMER Y. BRINSON Graymont, Ga. W. ' Vj ^i^ 

JOHN EDGAR BROOKE Baton Rouj;c, La. XL ?\ jL- k^ ^^^ K 

ANNIE P. BROWN Jefferson, (ia. J^mHe ^^M^Jt^Bk^t^^^' ^ ' 

FRANK K. BROWN Cartcrsvillc, Ga. Jifc i*. f CT ^1 C-s. - » 

JAMES C. BROWN Elbcrton, Cia. Vl.- *^ 

RUTHERFORD BROWN Jefferson, Ga. V^ , 

WILLIAM R. BROWN, JR. Dillard. Ga. ^^M 

EDGAR BRUNSON \lliany, (ia. 

DIMPLE WYONA BURCH Dalton. (ia. w-| ^mj 

WILLIAM HUGH BURK Rome, Cia. ^T" W ^^> ^K y^"C 

JBSk 09^ ^Ski ^^ 

1 HOMAS E. BUSH, JR. Colquitt, Cia. F "' ^l i 1 » T ^H^M 

WILLIAM BYARD LaGrangc, (ia. ^ *^ - ^ :^ ^ •^•'' ^ -^ f 

WARREN G. CACILE Nelson, Cia. W" "*v_^ V^^^ ^.^^^ \^ 

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ALICE c:AL1.()\VAY Atlanta, Cia. ^J' "1^ 

ROBERT A. CALDWELL, JR. Gorilon, Ga. ^Fa. ' |^ 

JOYCE CARROLL Decatur, Ga. ^^K^ !• "^ 

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DOROIHY .\. c;ARrKR Winiltr, Ga. 

BF.TTV JOYCE CARROLL Alpharctta, Ga. 

JOHN M. CARPF.NTF.R T.itcoa, Ga. 

WILLIAM 1). CARLEY .• • • • La(;ranse, Ga. 

LEE CARTER Buford, Ga. 

ROBBIE HUGH CARTER ; . . . . Hartwell. Ga. 

BARBARA CHAPPELL Cartersville, Ga. 

GEORGE V. CHANDLER Toccoa, Ga. 

BARBARA ANNE CHANDLER Clermont, Ga. 

ROY HOBSON CHALKER, JR. Acworth, Ga. 

CHARLES EUGENE CHICK Monroe, Ga. 

WHAITE M. CLARK Albany, Ga. 

LAMAR CLIFTON Albany, Ga. 

RANDALL CODY Griffin, Ga. 

RICHARD M. COFER Athens, Ga. 

MARTHA COFFIA Gainesville, Ga. 

JAMES M. COLEMAN Atlanta, Ga. 

J. JEFF COLEMAN Nicholson, Ga. 

BILLY COLLIER Acworth, Ga. 

JAMES W. COLEMAN Graymont, Ga. 

HAROLD R. COLLINS Decatur, Ga. 

JANE CAMERON COLLINS Jackson, Ga. 

E. E. COLLINS, JR. Gainesville, Ga. 

JAMES COODY Atlanta, Ga. 

WILLIAM E. COVINGTON Atlanta, Ga. 

C. L. CRAIG Madison, Ga. 

THOMAS EUGENE CRAWFORD Albany, Ga. 

MARTHA CROOKS Jefferson, Ga. 

HARRY C. CREWS Albany, Ga. 

ELIZABETH DARDEN Watkinsville, Ga. 

E. GEORGE DAVID, JR Atlanta, Ga. 

CHARLIE B. DA\'IS, JR. Decatur, Ga. 

CHRISTINE DAVIS Atlanta, Ga. 

HARRY Q. DAVIS, |R. Covington, Ga. 

HOR.^CE G. DAVIS, JR. Columbus, Ga. 



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MAR)ORIK DAVIS Ci.llcgc Park, C,.\. 

JAMES DEAN Manchester, Ga. 

[ERRY HESTER DEAN West Point, Ca. 

CHARLES E. DICKENS Sparta, CJa. 

NKAL L. DICKENSON Ralnin Ca]!, Ga. 

PERRY DOZIER Vidalia, (;a. 

WARREN C. DUKES Atlanta, Ga. 

T. REID ELLIS LaGrange, Ga. 

WILLIAM H. ELLIS Daltc.n, Ga. 

LESTER MONROE ELROD Pendergrass, Ga. 

LOY K. ELROD Dahlonega, Ga. 

MARTHA JEAN ELROD Jefferson, Ga. 

HARRISON KEITH ENGLAND Atlanta, Ga. 

THOMAS N. EPPS Crawford. Ga. 

MEREDITH B. FARR Ashcville, N. C. 

JOE FERCiUSON Warner Robins, Ga. 

DWAIN C. FITZPATRICK Greensboro, Ga. 

K. M. FLOYD Chipley, Ga. 

HUGH A. FOSTER Warm Springs, Ga. 

ALBERT E. FRENCH Rossville, Ga. 

REX L. FULLER, JR Decatur, Ga. 

MARY LOIS GARRETT Ellijay, Ga. 

THOMAS P. GARRETT, JR. Elberton, Ga. 

I. MAC GARRISON Hartwell, Ga. 

MALCOLM A. GIBBS Rutledge, Ga. 

NELLIE GIBSON Dahlonega, Ga. 

BETTY GILMORE Clarkesville, Ga. 

ROY S. GOWDER Gastonia, N. C, 

ALVIN WARREN GRANADE Conycrs, Ga. 

MARY ANN GRANT Cornelia, Ga. 

B. IRWIN GRIMES Gainesville, Ga. 

JOHN W. GRINDLE Dahlonega, Ga. 

WILLIAM (iROVES Blairsvillc, Ga. 

BRUCE HADDOCK Fort Valley, Ga. 

JOHN H. HADDOCK, JR. Macon, Ga. 

CHARLOTTE HAIRE Sandy Springs. Ga. 




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«♦ m - 1{()RAC:K hall HartwclL Ga. 

^^^;^ Jfk^ V'y^^ ROI'.LRI- N. HALLIIUV Decatur, Ga. 

^^^. A^ ^tf!^ aMI^^ .^^^.^^IH mark M. HAM, |R. Gainesville, Ga. 

^^ ^^ J. I>, IIAMILIXJN Gcilartown, Ga. 

m^A- ^B * ^B \VILLI.\M ROHKRT HANCOCK, Jr. Concord, Ga. 

^^^[^ ^PK«» ^^ DORSEY HAND Forest Park. Ga. 

, ^Em AB^ ^^ ^__^^J ELSIK HARHF.N Dawsonville, Ga. 

_ _ JOHN .S. IL\RHEN Dawsonville, Ga. 

\ •>' ROBERT L. HARPER Hartwcll, Ga. 

^v-^- ^\ I HARRY C. HARRIS Pelham, Ga. 

I^^^A ~ -v.^ ^P^kAl^^ .^^fY'ifl^^ GEORGE HARRISON Gainesville, Ga. 

^ ^^^^I^L. JL .. I HI-.RHERT H. HARRISON Quitman, Ga. 

^^^A-^ ^M »r." ^^ ■ '-■ HAR^'ll-l- IR- Clayton, Ga. 

J^llr ^ ^^'"a KATHKYN I. HAWES Norcross, Ga. 

-^^^ ,^^m ^^^ BENSON W. HAYNES Clermont, Ga. 

^^^ ^^*^ fc ^.^HH LOUISE HAYNES Clermont, Ga. 

FAYE HEALAN Winder, Ga. 

m — y^ ■• ~ TOM HEMPHILL Ramhurst, Ga. 

^BJ^"'^ )lB^ ^^^ ^Sl^ DAN HENDERSON Calhoun, Ga. 

BETTY JO HERREN Cartcrsville, Ga. 

^ m^'** V 1K:_ ' ^' ^' HIGGINS West Point, Ga. 

LOIS HiGHSMlTH Clermont, Ga. 

^^ A. BUFORD HILL. |R. Dalton, Ga. 

J]* fc^ ^ t f CLIFTON HOLHROOK . . . ' Cornelia, Ga. 
*^ T2 ^ ^ ROSS R. HOLCOMBE Canton, Ga. 
1^ W^ . P. L. HOOD, IR. Nacoochee, Ga. 
fc^ ,^m^MmB^.^^L. r^K^ DOUGLAS HUNT Calhoun, Ga. 
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^ £ "^ M^ ^^^B HARVEY IIUNIER. JR. W.irm Springs. Ga. 

"^ *, ■"4. ~' ^^H ^°^ ^-^ 'RKLAND Tiflon, Ga. 

' .i^Bl.^ .^^H MELVIN K. IRVIN Thomaston, Ga. 

^^ BETTY JO IVEY Colquitt, Ga. 

|.\MES A. I\'E^■ Oj,'lethorpc, Ga. 

JOEL S. JACKSON Cuthbert, Ga. 

J^^ J^i ^/ LAMAR JACKSON, JR. Tignall, Ga. 

^^k. -^ {|B^^%^^^ JOE JAMES . Avondale Est., Ga. 






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CHARMS h. IIII-RIIS Ruiiu-, (i.i. 

RDIil.Rr li. |KNNINC;S I'.iwikr Spnii;;!,. (;a. 

|AMi:S M. JOHNSON San Franc.sL.,, Calif. 

|\MIS \V. lOHNSON (iaini-svillc, (;a. 

IRI.Nl-. lOHNSTON l.i-ary. (Ja. 

C.WUl. 1. lONF.S Hrciklct. (;a. 

.^^AR^ R. IONF.S Fnn (aims, (ia. 

SUSAN RUNFLLF lONES I Hiliuli. (;a. 

IRI.ll KI.I.I.AR Whiust.mc, tia. 

RACIU.L KELLEY DawMjiivillc-, Ca. 

lODDIK L. KENNY (irct-nshini, (;a. 

HARRIS SIlll) Ki;ill.hS Dalton, C.i. 

OLEII. KEY Tallapoosa, (ia. 

IIARHARA ANN KINC; (;rilVin. c;a. 

CHARLES N. KINc; Rome-. C,n. 

NANCY K1NC;ERY (l.inlon, Ca. 

WILLL'\M SAVll.LE LACKLAND Albany, Ca. 

' JOHN T. LAMB LaGrangc-. (Ja. 

MARION LANIER Allianv. Ca. 

Wll.LIA.M DONALD LANIER Alliany, Ca. 

FRANK L. LAYTON Carlcrsvilif, Ca. 

DOLORES E. LEAR Wilparaiv., Fla. 

JOYCE LINDSEY Atlanta, (ia. 



I'.DDIE V. l.rriLE CaincsvilU-, Cla, 

HELEN C. LONG. - Norcniss. Ca. 

HF.N MALCOM ' M..nro<-, Ga. 

CILHFRT MARTIN Cartcrsvilk-, Ga. 

S.\RA11 JO MAllillWS .\tlanta. Ga. 

VI:RLIN M.\TIIIS Enurson. Ca. 

C.\ROIAN H. .MAULDIN I lalHrsli.un. (ia. 

ARTHUR L. MAUNEY (irillm. Ca. 

"IIIONL\SC. MADNIA' lilairsxilk-. C.i. 

HLII Y M.X.WVEl.L Lcxin>;ton. CJa. 

ROBERT 11. MA.XWELL, JR. Tliomaston. Ca. 

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SARA FRANC.HS Ml-RRITT Gumming, Ga. 

ALLKN Mllca-l. Atlanta, Ga. 

C. MAX MILI.KR, II Cornelia, Ga. 

GEORGE W. MILLER Montezuma, Ga. 

)()HN ERASER MILLER Helen, Ga. 

HILLY MILLS Albany, Ga. 

MARTHA MILLS Gainc^ville, Ga. 

CHARLES inVIGHl MITCHUM .... Gainesville, Ga. 

1<JHN LAWRENCE MYERS Dalton, Ga. 

ROBERT E. McCLURE Acworth, Ga. 

ROBERT L. McCLURE .\cworth, Ga. 

JAMES R. McCLURE LaOrange, Ga. 

WALTER J. McE\'ER Moultrie, Ga. 

FREDERICK GLEASON McFALL, IR. Atlanta, Ga. 

HAROLD HARDMAN McGINNIS Maysville, Ga. 

CfMRLES L. McMillan Smyrna, Ga. 

B, CARTER McKINNEY Arabi, Ga. 

RUTH McKINNEY Arabi, Ga. 

L. C. McRAE, JR. Mt. Vernon, Ga. 

LAWRENCE M. NASH Philomath, Ga. 

ROBERT E. NELSON, JR. Eatonton, Ga. 

IRA E. NEW, JR. Add, Ga. 

EDWARD NIX Cleveland, Ga. 

HELEN FRANCES NICHOLS Blue Ridge, Ga. 

GEORGE A. NOBREGAS, |R. Havana, Cuba 

AWBREY GRAY NORRIS West Point, Ga. 

FRANK NORTON - Gainesville, Ga. 

JAMIE W. OGLESBY Elberton, Ga. 

ADDIE OSBORN East Point, Ga. 

CHARLES C. OWEN Calhoun, Ga. 

JAMES H. OWENS Fayetteville, Ga. 

CHARLES B. OXFORD College Park, Ga. 

DOLORES PALMER Cleveland, Ga. 

LUCINDA PARADISE Lincolnton, Ga. 

HOWARD PARHAM Clarkesville, Ga. 

JAMES T. PARKER Carnesville, Ga. 



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WIKLIS I>ARK1NS C.<ihimlHis, Ga. 

KATHRYN SHIRl.lA I'AKIS Alphaictta, (i.i. 

DAVE L. I'ARMER Coliinihus, Ga. 

EMORY C. PARRISH \ilcl, Ga. 

HENRY Wll.l. I'ARI RII)c;K l.iiK..lm..ii. G.i. 

BEN PATTERSON Wa>cri)ss, (ia. 

EDWIN F. PATTERSON Blue Riilgc, Ga. 

ALAN C. PATUREAU Atlanta, Cia. .^^^ ^^i ' A I 

I. \V. PAYNE Mimtictlli., Ga. 

WILLIAM PATTERSON Munticcllu, Fla. 

WALTER H. PEACOCK Thomaston, Ga. - ^ 

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TOM PERKINS Cuthbert, Ga. Hr^ 1 

RALPH M. PETERS Monroe, Ga. W' ^ %^^ '*"' 

NORMA PHILLIPS Commerce, Ga. ^|k~~ ' ^^^TT^ 

WILBUR T. PIPPIN . Macon. Ga. ^^V^ A^^ ^HL A Mlil^ I 

GUSSIE POOLE Lula, Ga. ^'^g^*- 

C;RA1)V R. POOLE Jasper, Ga. 

MARVIN G. POUND, )R. Sparta, Ga. 

CAROL QUILLIAN Gainesville, Ga. 

ROBERT W. RAGAN Vidalia, Ga. r ^ ^^^1 f^ if 

WILLIAM ROBERT RANDALL Washington. Ga. mJ '*"/>" \^ ""^ ^1 

JOHN R. RANDOLPH Winder, Ga. W^J i^ V^ w ,^^ 

JOSEPH W. RAY Elliiay, Ga. ^^t^^ ^^^^ ^^BktK^^^ I^BIW ifc^. 

BILLY H. REAGIN Elberton, Ga. 

JIMMIE REARDEN Monticello, Ga. 

SARA REEVES Gumming, Ga. 

WILLIAM A. REYNOLDS Arabi, Ga. 

MARTHA GLENN RIIYNE Cartersville, Ga. 

EVELYN RIDEN Hostwick, Ga. 

ALFRED W. ROBERTS Ball C;rounil. (;a. 

IIMMIK ROBINSON Fort Valley, Ga. _ ^^^^ 

JAMES DAVID ROGERS Tunnel Hill, Ga. | I C_^ j ^ N ^^^1 

GEORCJE FINELY ROUTON Manchester, G.i. uf-^ '' ^^ ' \ Ct^ " ' 

WILLIAM G. RUSSELL East Point, V,:u ^^ A ^-\— ^ C ^K-" 

BRADFORD C. SANDERSON .... Dahlonega, Ga. ^I t^Ql - ^^^I^M^^^ ^M Jt^ 








RANDOI.l'H C. SANDI.IX, |R Winder, Ga. 

E. F. SAPP Albany, Ga. 

HARHARA SAXON Greensboro. Ga. 

|OHN R. -SAXON Albany, Ga. 

HENjAMIN SCALES Griffin, Ga. 

|. {;. SKAHOLDT, IR. Dahlonega, Ga. 

ROHKRT H. SF.ITLE, )R. Winder, Ga. 

ELIZAHF.TH JEAN Sft'MOUR Athens, Ga. 

FRANK SHEFFIFl.I) Hostwick, Ga. 

WALTER SHEFFIELD Colquitt, Ga. 

ROBER1 B. SHORT Newton, Ga. 

JOSEPH MALVIN SLADE College Park, Ga. 

hOBHY SMITH Clarkesville, Ga. 

EUGENE SMITH Cartersville, Ga. 

FOSTER P. SMITH, JR Godfrey, Ga. 

JOHN n, SMITH College Park, Ga. 

THCiMAS J. SMI'IM St. Marys, Ga. 

WENDELL W. SMITH. JR Sparta, Ga. 

FRANCES SIMMONS Statesboro, Ga. 

JOE SIMMONS Newton, Ga. 

EVELYN SINGLETON Clarkesville, Ga. 

GEORGE N. SOSEBEE Canton, Ga. 

CLAYTON OLLIS SPANN Richland, Ga. 

JAMES L. SPILLERS Macon, Ga. 

GRICE SPIVEY Quitman, Ga. 

GEORGE T. STAPLETON Stapleton, Ga. 

DANA STEVENS, JR. Dorchester, Ga. 

CHARLES L. STEWART Winder, Ga. 

WILLIAM l>. STEWART Shannon, Ga. 

BILL STILLWELL Covington, Ga. 

BETTY ANN STINESPRING Cornelia, Ga. 

CLIFFORD STOVALL Sautee, Ga. 

;T1.\RL1S I>. TALLEY Dalton, Ga. 

L. MARVIN TAPPAN . ^ Atlanta, Ga. 

W. EUGENE TEDDER Cartersville, Ga. 

GEORGE N. 1 HOMAS, JR. Thomasboro, Ga. 



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lACK DORSEY 1 HOMAS Forest Park, Cla. 

MARY |OE THOMPSON Daw.vinville, Ga. 

M. ONELL TODD Sarah, Ua. 

PF.ARI, TODD Sarah, C.i. 



LEON lOMLlNSON Lake Park. C,a. 

BEN L. roRREY Atlanta, Ga. 

MARY EM TOWSON D.ihloncKa, Ga. 

FRED P. TURNER (iriffin. (ia. 



LUIHER S. TURNER, )R. Atlanta. Ga. 

GEORGE B. TUTWILER Atlanta, (Ja. 

ANN UPCHURCH Ea.M Pmnt. (.;.>. 

CHARLES X'ALENTINE Bainbridgc, CJa. 



LUKE VANDIVER, |R. Commerce, Ga. 

WILLL\M L. deVANE Albany, Ga. 

FRANK WILLIAM VOI.K. |R. Brunswick, Ga. 

HAROLD S. WADE Great Falls, S. C. 



CAROL WALKER 

NELL WALKER . . . . 
H. B. WAT.SON, |R. . 



. Fayetteville, C;a. 
Alpharetta, Ga. 
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lACK WATSON Eastanollc. CJa. 



MAX WA'I'SON Gainesville, (la. 

WYNA WATSON, Jr Thomaston, (ia. 

PAUL H. WEST, IR. Acworth, (Ja. 

ROBERT J. WESTFIELD Chatsworth, C;a. 



TOMMY WHn ELEY Hapeville, Ga. 

ALBERT M. WILKIN.SON ■ .• Albany, (Ja. 

VICTOR WILLIAMS Winder, (;a. 

MANTON S. WILSON Chatsworth, G.i. 



DANII:L FRANK WILT Louisville, (la. 

TOERY E. WINGATE, JR. Doerun, Ga. 

BILL WITCHER Athens, Cia. 

JIMMY WOODARD Athens, Ga. 

)AMIS L. WOODDY Albany, Cia. 

CHARLES T. WRIGHT, IR. . . lla|.eville, (;a. 
WILLIAM FREDERICK YARBROUCiH . 

Thomaston, Ga. 

C. SYDNEY CAN TRELL Atlanta, Ga. 




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RESERVE OFFICERS 




Lt.-Col. Schmidt 



One of the most important departments at North Georgia College is the 
Military Department. Beginning in December Lt.-Col. H. A. Schmidt suc- 
ceeded Lt.-Col. Morris as Professor of Military Science and Tactics. Colonel 
Morris had been P.M.S.T. since Colonel Hutchersons retirement from active 
duty. An overseas veteran, Colonel Schmidt has very capably taken the task 
of establishing the advanced R.O.T.C. at North (ieorgia. 

Captains H. V. McCabe and Robert Arn have been in charge of the 
classes and have really been a help to all the cadets in their military work. 

Sergeants Sturkie, Vaughn, Davis, Kerr, and Pittman very ably assisted 
the officers in their instruction. 

Classified as one of the eight essentially military colleges with an M C 
rating from the War Department the cadet life is one of vital importance. 
Since 1920 North Georgia has maintained a unit of the Reserve Officers 
Training Corps. Due to difficulties in 1933 the advance course was concluded 
but the summer of 1946 when the college was again made a senior college, 
the advance course again became a part of the college. 

Upon completion of the two-year basic, the two-year advance, and attend- 
ance at summer camp between the lunior and Senior year, a cadet may be 
commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the Infantry Reserves. The basic course 
of Instruction is required of all cadets except veterans of 18 months or more 
service. The advance course is optional and may be taken only on approval 
of the P.M.S.T. 

At present the student body of North (ieorgia has veterans from all 
branches of the armed forces. For having completed 18 months service a 
veteran is given credit for the basic course. Many of the veterans are taking 
advantage of this and upon completion of their advance instruction will 
receive their reserve commissions. 






l-mnt luiv, lf}t tu yi^hi: Lt.-Col. Schmidt. Captain McCabe . . . Back, t'ou-: Sgts. 
Pittman . . . Missing from picttne: Sgt. Vaughn. 



DaM 



Sturkie, 



TRAINING CORPS 




' P" ('<//}] p.iny pii<S( < ni icitcif 




'iiitin' 10 tiini in nfhs 



Coming onto field jor parade 




Hapiists left, Methodists right — Vace^. 





Battalion Shiff at linll 




Sgi. Green chens aivhilc 



Band passes in icrictv 




North Georgia Color Guard 



f <rS 



Miss Saua Mdihs 
Sponsor 
Rnckin.Mt. Ca. 



BATALLION 

STAFF 





Cai'T. Yarbrough 

Lr. KlLPATIUCK 



Lt.-CoL. liuIlDETTL 



Cadet Lt.-Col. James Burdette 

Bat lull on Cumnmndtr 

Cadet Major Fred Melton 

Extcutwe Officer 

Cadet Captain Wesley Brower 
SI 

Cadet Captaiv David Tippixs 

S2 

Cadet Captain Robert Purcell 
S3 

Cadet Captain Ben Yarbrough 
S4 

Cadet 2nd Lt. John Moore 
Assistant S2 

Cadet 2nd Lt. George Kilpatuick 
Aisisiant S4 

Cadet Tech. Sot. Harold Pinson 

Aiiisiant S4 








A . T»SI J 



Major Melton 
Cap'I". Tippixs 



Capt. 1!ko«i u 

Capi. I'tRCF.I.L 



COMMANDANTS STAFF 



HONORARY CADET CAPTAINS 

Wlir.ins already holding commissions in 
Reserve of Armed Forces: 

Hugh M. Thomason 

hi. Li., Marine Corps Reiervc 

George F. Green, Jr. 

lit Lt.. Infantry Rcscrfe 

Richard M. Lowrey 

Li. I.e., V. S. \aval Rcifrvc 

Jim R. Me:F.LHANNON 

2nd Lt., .-lir Curpi Reserve 

ViRoLE W. McEvER, Jr. 
Ind Lt.. Inlantry Reserre 

Roy T. Thaxton 

t-<t Lt. .Marine Corps Reserve 

Marion E. Wood, Jr. 

Capl., Engineer Corps Reserve 




Capt. Thomason 



('apt. (JKI KV 

Capt. McEver 



Capt. Lo\^'KH^ 
Capt. Thaxton 



Capt. McElhawon 
Capt. Wood 




Miss Margakkt t'oBB 

Sponsor 

Harlwell, Georgia 



"A" COMPANY 





Capt. Craig 



Lt. Harre'it 




Sgt. Wooddy 



Capt. Alton Craig Company Commander 

1st. Lt. Frank Barhktt Execulire Officer 

1st. Sgt. J. S. Wooddy, Jr l.<t Sergeant 

Pvt. Richard Cofer Guidon Bearer 

FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. John Saxon Platoon Leader 

Sgt. Jesse Bargeuon Platoon Sergeant 

first Squad: S/Sgt. Whitwurth, S/Sgt. Muldlctcin, Pvts. CihhIv, Brown. Witchcr, I'artriilge, Alexanilcr, 

T/Sgr. Bargcron. 

Second Squad: S/Sgt. Busscy, Pvts. Lanier, Reeves, Settle, Buxton, Patterson, Sgt. Warmack. 

Thiid Sqiuid: S/Sgt. Eagan, Pvts. Gilibs, Martin. Leilbettcr, l-uller, Sgt. Sisl<, Sgt. Duggan. 




Cofer 



Lt. Saxon 





wM^^lWi^m 





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Sgt. Bargeron 



SECOND PLATOON 



Lt. GlRTMAN 




Sgt. Gardnkii 



Lt. Billy Giktman Platoon Leader 

T/ScT. James Gakdnlu Platoon Sergeant 

Vhsl Squad: S/Sgt. Stark, S/Sgt. D.ill.i], IMs. Rc> nuUls, Hill, FrciiLh, Cliamllcr, Hush, Shelliclil, Sgt. 
liijytl, T/Sfjt. Gardner. 

Sctotid Squtid: S/Sgt. Kcndrick, Pvts. Bennett, Burk, Jackson, Epps, Tarpley, Jeffries, Sgt. GrifFctJi. 
Third Squad: S/Sgt. Sapp, Pvts. Akins, Nesbitt, Russell, .Mien, HacUlock, Davis, Ray, Sgt. Towncs. 

THIRD PLATOON 

Lt. Hl'gh McElvey Platoon Leader 

T/Sgt. Carl Moran Platoon Sergeant 

first Squad: S/Sgt. Me.ulow, S/Sgt. Wilson, P\ts. Williams, McKinney, Blaek, Miegel, Sgt. Clay, T/Sgt. 
Moran. 

Second Squad: S/Sgt. Gregory, Pvts. Hemplull, Rolimson, Parkins, Re,ir(len, Scales, Sgt. Gore. 
Third Squad: S/Sgt. Moore, Pvts. BUickivell, Womlwanl, Roberts, Ma\ ne, Burt, Sgt. Gilbert. 



Kt. McElvev 




"B" COMPANY 



Miss Della Lek McCann 

Sponsor 

Chats worth, Georgia 




S(,r. l^dGGUS 





Lt. Keleev 



Capt. BLODCLrX 

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 

Capt. John Blodgett Company Commander 

1st. Lt. John Kelly Execut'we Officer 

Isr. Sgt. Augin BoGGi's 1st Sergeant 

PvT. Bruce Haddock Guidon Bearer 

FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. Walter Bledsoe Platoon Leader 

T/Sgt. Ollie Key Platoon Sergeant 

l-hst Squad: S/Sgt. Brooke, S/Sgt. Rnwl.iml, I'Ms. Ive\. IVrkin.'-, I'.irnsh, Owens, Harbcn, Bennett, 

Owens, Cohen, Sgt. Wih. 

Second Squad: S/Sgt. .Mien, Pvts. Edw.irtls, Robinson, Hc.ith, Barnes. Tonilinson, Blair, New, Nobregas, 

Sgt. Wilson. 

Third Squad: S/Sgt. Brooke, Pvts. Mullins, Henderson, Jackson, McCJinnis, Brown, Parnsh, Bradley, 

Sgt. Hendry, Pvt. Watson, T/Sgt. Key. 




Haddock 



Lr. Bledsoe 




JO 



ScT. Key 



Lt. WoRLtY 




St;i . Kki.i.ar 



SECOND PLATOON 
Lt. Chaklls Woullv Phitoon Laidcr 

T/SCT. FkED KtLLAK PlcUOOtl ScrgCtlllt 

First Squad: Pvt. McClurc, S/Sgt. Towns, S/S-t. I',. will, I'Ms. Womlily, Wcsthtl.l, Manstll, ISooth, 
Seaboli, Day, Floyd. 

Second Sijinid: S/S-;!. Ho.uri.yht, Pvts. Major, C.raiK, MilUr, Hi.,wn, Kittles, Collins, Johns.m, Sf;l. Hritt. 
Third Sijiuid: .S/ShI. Pinholstcr, Pvts. Donaklson, McClurc-, llioni.is, HurLh, Rogers, Stone. Myers. I'lit- 
wiler, Sgt. Butler, T/Sgt. Kcllar. 

Lt. Robert Johnston Platoon Leader 

T/Sgt. Chaulls Stlwakt Platoon Sergeant 

Firs! SLjiuid: S/Sgt. Price, S/.Sj;t. Freeman, l'\ts. De.ui. IJroil, H.irper, Phillips, Syt. Soscbcc, T/Sgt. 

Stevvar;. 

Second Si/iuid: S/Sgt. Green. P\ts. Brown, Pratt. W'ooJs, (Jrinies. Dolibs. Walker, .Sgt. Thrasher. 

T/iird Si/iuid: Sgt. Hancock, Pvts. Roberts, Bartlctt. Hargett. Diir.int, I..inier, Hood, Woods, Stout, Coleman. 



Lt. Johnston 







Sgt. Stkwar t 



ii/'-\11 



C" COMPANY 



Miss MiLDRhu Bailey 

Sponsor 

Miicon, Georgia 





Lt. Haruo; 



(.-APT. Bell 





COMPANY HEADQUARTERS ^^ gg^ 

Capt. Tom Bkll Company Commander 

' ^L. .,jf A ■ 1st. Lt. a. E. Barron Executive Officer 

J^l^^^^t^^ '*■■'• Sgt. T. ). Mathlws Isl. Sergeant 

^^SK^P^^^^^m ''^T- L. E. Crawford Guidon Bearer 

». Ckaw'kikd 

.SCT. Matmfws 

FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. John Maddox ■ Platoon Leader 

T/Sgt. Paul Garrett Platoon Sergeant 

1st Squad: S/Sgt. Sandlin, Pvts. Tedder. Parham, McMillan. Harris. Baldwin. Pattersun. Puund, Sgt. 
Temples, Sgt. Edmondson, T/Sgt. Garrett. 

2nd Squad: S/Sgt. Taylor, Pvts. Rogers, Hopper, McRae, Haines, Brown, Byard, Smith, Dickerson, Sgt. 
David. 

3rd Squad: Sgt. Jones, Pvts. Ferguson, Reagon. CaliUvL-ll, (Jrist, Cawlcy, Miller, Partridge, Smith, John- 
son, Dickens. 

Lt. Maddox 

S ^^^samr-^^mmi^^ 




Sgt. Garrett 



Lr. Matti.i-. 




SECOND PLATOON 

Lt. Charles Battle Platoon Leader 

T/Sgt. Hubert Deaton Platoon Sergeant 

First Sqiuid: S/Sgt. Thrasher, S/Sj;t. MtLecid, I'vt.s. CLirk, Randolph, Dcvane. Mcl-all, Clifton, Abcr- 
nathy, Collin, Sgt. Brown, T/Sgt. Deatnn. 

Second Squad: S/Sgt. Shcffickl, Pvts. Patiirtau, Watson, King, Harrison, Nelson, Smith, llolbrook, Wil- 
kinson, Sgt. Mitchell. 

Third Squad: S/Sgt. Harper, Pvts. Norris, Barnes, Dean, Slaile, Oxford, .-\rcher. Short, Camp, Sgt. Sell. 

THIRD PLATOON 

Lt. William Higgins Platoon Leader 

T/Sgt. Grady Poole Platoon Sergeant 

First Squad: S/Sgt. Cagle, S/Sgt. Groves, Pvts. Davis, Spann, Dozicr, Bahli, Ronton, Palmer, Foster, Sgt. 

Troup, T/Sgt. Poole. 

Second Squad: S/Sgt. Jackson, Pvts. Malcolm, Brown, ,\llen, Hamilton, Crews, Mauney, Stevens, Halli- 

day, Sgt. King. 

Third Squad: S/Sgt. Densmore, Pvts. Turner, Layton, Hand, Carpenter, Jones, Stewart, Thomas, Ellis, 

Sgt. Harley. 



Sol. Di..\roN' 



Lt. Higgins 




T/.Sgt. Poolf. 




"D" COMPANY 






Miss Nancy Hinson 

I'tilkstiin. Georgia ^BAfl^^^^H ^^ 1^ 

Jlx. 

16^^. Capt. Williamson p ^ ^m •»- y -j 

,*-• J 

L*=~ ; COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 

Capt. John Williamson Company Coiuniandt-r ^f^m a 

IsT. Lt. Taylor Chastain Executive Officer ^^w 

1st. Sgt. Lawrence Savage In Sergeant I^^B 

PvT. Melvin Ikvin Guidon Bearer 

Sgt. Savage Ikvin 

FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. Quillian Coker Platoon Leader 

T/ScT. WiLBL'K Pippin Platoon Sergeant 

1st Squad: S/Sst. Mitchum (Guide), S/S'jt. S.iffoUl, Pvts. Chalkcr, Coleman, King, Lamb, Nash, Rumble, 
Wesc, Sgt. Sellars. 

2nd Si/iuiri: S/Sgt. Peters, Pvts. BailcN, Cantrell, Castes, McLanaham, Turner, Phillips. 

jid Squad: S/Sf;t. Smith, Pvts. .^mick, Cody, Hany, Oglcsby, Parker, Shields, Reagin. 

Lt. Coker 













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i^N 




Sgt. Pippin 



Li. Gailey 




T/ScT. Richard Jones 

SECOND PLATOON 

Lt. Thomas Gailey Platoon Leader 

T/ScT. Richard Jones Platoon Sergeant 

First Squad: S/Sgt. Little, S/S,>;t. Mitchum, Pvts. 'I'honi.is, Drake-, Hriins.in, Wilson, MlmiIows. S)>t. 
O'Dillon, Pvt. Dews. 

Second Sqtmd: S/Sf;t. .■\hliott, I'vts. Strn.ill, W.itvm, H.irnsun, .St.iplcton, McC-kire, Rainwater, Sgt. 
Chapman. 

Third Squad: S/Sgt. Covington, P\ ts. Norton, Volk, CoIIkt, Miller, Jennings, H.ill, Sgt. Stanton. 

THIRD PLATOON 

Lt. Clarence Chandler Phitooii Leader 

T/Sgt. Walter McEver Platoon Sergeant 

firs! Squad: Pvt. Bowers S/Sgt. Akin, Pvts. Garrison, Culhreth. Stillwell, Peacock, Watson, .\niason, 
Mathis, Ellis, Culbreth. 

Second Squad: S/Sgt. Ham, Pvts. Grindle, Keown, Wiggins, Berry, Hatcher, Lewis, Sgt. Henley, Nix, 
T/Sgt. McEvcr, Sgt. Patton. 

Third Squad: S/Sgt. Sanderson, Pvts. Coleman, Wingate, Yarbrough, Cinllin, Kay, Hunter, Davis, Mc- 
Clellan, Hancock, Sgt. BoUling. 



Lt. Chandler 




Scr. McEvER 



BAND 



:"«•&«* c 



Capt. Rov McC'ard Company Coinmandi-r 

Lt. Wadii. RoL'NTKiit Executive Officer 

Lt. Charles Moorh 

Lt. Ben Overstreet Sect/on Lciidcis 

1st. StiT. David Owen Pint Sergcunt 

S/ScT. Henry Whelchel Drum Muwr 



Miss Doris Facklfr 

Sponsor 

.Atlanta, Ga. 





C'aim. McCaru 




lyr. RoUNTREE 



Lt. 0\ [ usi KFi 1 





Lr. .M(iuRL 




Sgt. Owkn 



Sc'l . WntLCUhL 



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BAND ROLL 



M'Card, R. Capt. 
Nichols, B. 1st. Lt. 
Moore, C. 2nd. Lt. 
Owen, D. 1st. Sct. 
Amason, C. Pvt. 
Blount, S. Pvt. 

BuiDOES, R. 

Biles, J. 
Barron, B. 
Chick, G. 
CoWART, J. S/Sgt. 
DiJarnette 
Edison, F. 
Etheridge, J. 
England, K. 

(lUANADE, A. 
(rAKHl.TT, T. 
M\LI., 11, 
IloLCOMBii, R. 

Lackland, W. 
Luke, ]. 
Maxwell, J. 
Mamibirn, a. S Sgi'. 



Mashburn, L. Sct. 
Miller, H. S/Sgt. 
Mills, B. 

McDonald, J. Sgt. 
Mauney, a. 
overstreet, b. 
Pritchett, T. 
Patterson, E. 
Randall, B. 
Rountree, Wadie 
Simmons, ]. 
Strickland, R. 
Stewart, R. Sct. 
Smith, J. 
Spivey, G. 
Spielers', X. 

ToRRV, B. 

Tappan, B. 
Turner, F. T/Sct. 
Valentine 

VVhklchel, H. S/Sgt. 
Wr:ght, C. 
Younce, J. 



57 



N. G. C. SPORTS ROUND-UP 




THE COACHING STAFF 

Under the able leadership of our athletic stalT composed of Coaches C. A. Sheets, 
Albcri Cobb, William Groves, and Miss Nclle C. Burton, a very successful athletic 
program was carried out in both intercollegiate and intramural competitive sports. 

The men's branch of the Physical Education Department was headed by Coach 
Sheets who was ably assisted by Coaches Cobb and Groves. Under this staff, N.G.C. 
developed one of the most powerful intercollegiate basketball teams in its history. 
Under the direction of Coach Groves, the baseball team during the spring quarter 
completed a six-game schedule. 

Besides the intercollegiate sports there was lively competition between the com- 
panies in the men's intramural program. The highlight of this intramural pro- 
gram was the tackle 



football games played during the fall quarter. For several 
years now the student body has been clamoring for the return of this sport to the 
c.impus of N.G.C. 



The coaches, realizing that N.G.C. was not prepared to I'.eid 
an intercollegiate team, worked out the intramural tackle schedule which turned 
out to be a great success. 

In the men's intramural sports there were also tournaments in basketball, touch 
foi tball, Softball, track, horse shoe, tennis, and ping-pong. 

The women's department of the Physical Education Department 'vas under 
the direction of Miss Nelle C. Burton. During the year the coeds also cairied 
out a successful intramural program. Tournaments were held between the dilTerrnt 
girls' teams in speed ball, ping-pong, basketball, volley ball, tennis, and Sadmiiunn. 



Burton 
Groves 





INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL 



Tlic liiiiih .111(1 t.ickli- loiitliall picigrams at NCiC tins year were 
a jiccdt success. The s^mes furnisheil Saturday atternuun eiiterlain- 
ment for students and faculty members alike, while the hoys whii 
maile up the teams anil played the jjames benehted both physically 
and mentalh". 

('i)nipan\' "H" and C'ompany "D" were declared co-champions, 
both h.iMllii won three ,L,'.iims. 

Not as nuicH interest was shown in the touch as in the tackle 
^ames, but some very ^ood jramcs were played. Company "I)'" 
emerged victorious in this program defeating Company "li," 12-0, 



ALL-STAR TEAM 





I, St 


Team 






Whelchel 




, Band 




L,l-, 


.S.ixon . . 




. "A" 


Co. 


L,T, 


Wiggins . 




. "D" 


Co 


I.G, 


1 >iaton 




. "C" 


Co. 


C. 


Hrooke 




, "H" 


Co, 


R,G, 


Townes 




. "A" 


Co, 


R,T. 


Hartlett 




. -K 


Co 


R,E, 


Harris . 




. "C" 


Co, 


Q.li, 


Wooddv . 




. "H" 


Co, 


L,II, 


Sa|ip , . 




, "A" 


Co, 


R,ll. 


Randolph 




. "C' 


t;o. 


Rli, 



2nd Team 

Litde "D" Co, 

Owens Banil 

Stewart Band 

Powell "B" Co, 

I'urcell Band 

Kelly "B" Co. 

Rowland . . . , "H" Co, 

Towns "B" Co, 

Rountrcc Band 

Mitchum , . . . "D" Co, 
Sosebce "B" Co, 







i^.'^'A'^" 




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INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL 



,\lthouHh the iiUer-collegiate games provided the mam b.isket- 
ball attraction at N.G.C. this year, the intra-mural program lurmshcd 
plenty of excitement anil entertainment for the basketball fans. 

Companies "A," "B," "C," "D," and the Band organized some 
very strong teams and entered them in the tournament. These teams 
were composed of basketball-minded boys who, for some reason 
or another, had not been able to make the varsity team and felt 
like they could spare the time tft rejircscnt their companies in intra- 
mural play. Company A won the tournament. 

At the end of the tournament the sports staff picked an all-star 
team m,iile up of the ten best players from among all the teams. 
Many good ball-players did not make the all-star team but they all 
did know the feeling that comes from winning for their companies 
the most important thing to any cadet at N.G.C. anyway. 



Woodward (D) . . . , F Slade (C) 

Pinholster (B) F , , , , Warrnack (A) 

Hritt (B) C , , . . O'Dillon (D) 

Matthews (C) G IVacock (D) 

N(oran ( A ) (} .... Browcr ( Bd ) 

Outslaudiiig Coach — I'inholster. Player Honorable Men- 
tion — McLcod (C), Burdette (Bd), Kilpalrick (A), Lee 
(B). Sanderson (D). 



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INTERCOLLEGIATE 




N.G.C. maizes two as they sink 
Berry College 62-18. 



Mack Lowery — Co-Captain of the 
team . . . Very good defensive 
player . . . Southpaw shot means 
two points majority of the time. 

Gailey — Other co-captain . . . Best 
defensive man on the team . . . 
Good on rebounds . . . Makes im- 
possible shots seem easy. 

Whitworth — Long, lanky center 
. . . Bats rebounds back into the 
basket with great accurac)- . 
Good player under the basket. 

Chandler — Teams with Gailey as 
first-string guard . . . Good on set 
shots from the center of the court 
. . . Good ball-handler. 

Chastain — Good ball-hawk and fast 
defensive player . . . Good on crip 
shots and rebounds . . . When he 
shoots, N. G. C. is usually 2 points 
better off. 







Chastain 





Chan<//eKi 



BASKETBALL 




McEver — CJood fnst forward . . . Makes a lot of short onc-liaiuk-<J sliots 
. . . Good hall-hawk and covers a lot ot Hoor on dctensc. 

Towns — A fine guard anil steady defensive player . . . Ciood on re- 
bounds and hantlling the hall . . . Ciood on set shots Irom way out. 

Moran — F)est liL;hler on the team . . . F.xcels in delensixc play . . . ( iood 
player under the basket and makes a lot ol short shots good. 

Craig — HoUlo\er from last year's team . . . Excels on set shots Irom 
center court . . . Very good detensixc player and also gooil on rehoumls. 

Mitchum — Makes up tor his short height in speed and agility . . . 
Good fast forward . . . Good ball hawk on defense. 




JiMMIE McEvER 
Munager 



David Owen 
AssisUint Maniijicr 



Firs/ row, left to rig,ht: Chastain. Lowery, Chandler, McEver, Gailey . . . Second row: 
Pinholster, Craig, Moran, ^C'hitworth, Sanderson . . . ThirJ row: Coach Sheets, 
Mitchum, Bowers, Towns, \C'atson, Baldwin. 



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PHYSICAL TRAINING 




North Georgia College recognizes the need of a sound and co-ordinated body for individual success and happiness 
of its students. All men, except those physically disqualified, and all women take the regular work in physical training. 

As a part of the physical fitness program of the college, participation in intra-mural sports is emphasized. Included 
in this intra-mural program are competitive games for all seasons of the year. There are such games as tackle football, 
touch football, soft ball, tennis, badminton, boxing, and wrestling for the cadets, and archers, tennis, table tennis, shuffle 
board, basketball, soft ball, volley ball, and badminton for the coeds. 

The physical training program is an essential part of our college life. 




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DI?£SMIU'II 

BOXING TOURNAMENT 



FRESHMEN BOXINt; TOURNAMENT 

Next to football and basketball, the most popular athletic 
event at KCJC this fall and winter was the freshman boxing 
tournament. This is an annual cxent and furnishes many 
laughs as well as thrills and exciting moments for the spectators. 

Boxing is one of our finest sports. It bmlds up self con- 
fidence and an attitude of fair play as well as physical endur- 
ance and strength. 

The cadets who entered the tournament were divided into 
eight weight groups and there was hot competition in every 
group. Naturally some boys lost and some won until the 
tournament winners were decided. Even though more lost 
than won. the losers knew they had lost to better men and 
had nothing to be ashamed of at all. Boxing makes good 
losers as well as good winners. 




W ell. . . . Fm Hailing! 




l-IRSr KOUX/) SI.UGI-ESr 



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SPORTS 
featuring the CO-EDS 




Meritireuii Captain TrahlytiUi Captain 

LEADERS OF OUR PROGRAM 

Jean White REC Club President 

Eloise Cogburn Hippolytan Captain 

RoANNE Arrendale Meicuyciin Captain 

Anne Kling Plii Omnicion Captain 

Norma Palmer Trahlytan Captain 




Phys. Ed. Jive Time 



First Base (?) 





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LETTERMArS ELIB PHYS. ED. CLUB 

^ ^ PHI DMICRDNS"^yV^ 

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W'OODDY 



THE 1947 CYCLOPS 

The memory book the NGC students cherish— that is the Cyclops. 
The staff of the 1946-47 Cyclops has endeavored to portray the college 
in all its aspects in a manner that will bring the greatest pleasure to stu- 
dents after they have become alumni. It is the purpose of each section 
of the Cyclops to incarnate the phase of college life that it represents 
and to make that phase relive during later years. 






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b. 




Mks. J. S. W'ouuuv, Jr. 


Sp 


onsor ]oi- Biisiiies> 


Manager 




Norcross, Geo 


gia 




STAFF 

ViRCLE W. McEvER, Jr Edilor-in-Cliief 

]. S. WooDDY, Jr Business Manager 

Helem Pierce Associate Editor 

H. J. Miller, Jr Associate Editor 

Jean Healan Associate Editor 

Mildred Bailey Feature Editor 

Judy Palmer Art Editor 

William Barron Military Editor 

Joe Rowland Sports Editor 

Beverly Bowers Society Editor 

Sara Baker Business Staff 

Frank Barrett Business Staff 

Charlie Davis Business Staff 

John Blodcett Business Staff 

Marilvnn Edmonds Typist 

Camillus J. Disml'KEs Adviser to Editor 

John C. Barnes Adviser to Business Manager 



Dismukes 








Barnes 






Edmonds 


Pierce 






Palmer, 


Barron 






Davis, C 


Miller 


Hhalan 


Bailey 


Rowland 


Bowers 


Blodcett 


Barrett 


Baker 





THE CADET BUGLER 

Ulie Uoice of I lortli Cjeoigici i^olleae 

The Cadet Bugler is officially the voice of North Georgia College students. Pub 
lishcd twice each quarter, the Bugler reflects the trend of college activity and ideas. It 
makes for a common sharing of campus news and cements a firmer relationship between 
students and administration (the latter especially emphasized in this year's addition of 
"The Faculty Spodight"). Written by students who admit they enjoy it, eagerly read 
and constructively criticized by fellow-students, the paper offers an opportunity for the 
exciting of interests, injecting of ideas, and genial "poking fun." 



Mrs. J. F. He.^l.^n 

Sponsor 
Winder, Georgia 




STAFF 

Jean Healan lulitor-in-Chicj 

Bob Fuleman Business Manager 

H. J. Miller Literary Editor 

Anne Palmer Coed Sports Editor 

Carl Moran Cadet Sports Editor 

Hugh McElvey Veterans' Editor 

Henry Miles Feature Editor 

Judy Palmer, Fave Healan, Keith England, Helen Pierce, Audrey 
Lane, Aileen Baskin, Allene Fowler, Jo Hunter Stewart, Mildred 

Bailey Feature Staff 

Jean White News Editor 

H. A. Towns, George Chandler, Whitefoud Moore, Joe Jolly, Sue 
Roberts, Clark Gilbert, Claude Boatwright, Estelle Coffey, 

Frances Brown News Staff 

Roanne Arrendale Exchange Editor 

Marilyn Edmonds, Alice Callaway, Dorothy Barber, Marjorie 

Davis Typists 

W. Desmond Booth, H. H. Gilbert Faculty Advisers 





f](^e s. 



winaMerS 



the GENERALS 




First rou\ left to right: Billy NicIidIs, Horace Hall • Piano; Dick Bridges, Fred Turner, Keith England, Jiggs Rountrec • Saxophones; LaVerne 
Barge • Vocalist . . . Second row: C. Amason, G. Spivey, A. Granade ■ Trombones; Alva Mashbiirn, Dick Spillers, H. J. Miller • Trumpets . . . 
Third row: Hugh Carter • Guitar; Bud Moore ■ Drums; T. Ireland • Bass. 




Katherine Cowart 

sponsor 

Comer, (la. 




Fred Turner 
Director 



The "Generals" started off the year with a large number of ex- 
perienced musicians and have provided very excellent entertainmnt for 
many of the social functions of the season. They were greatly aided 
by the Veteran's Organization who furnished them with a complete 
new library. Fred Turner heads the group of "Jazz Artists." He is a 
very capable leader and had an orchestra of his own while serving in the 
Navy. 

The sponsor of the "Generals" is Miss Katherine Cowart, a fortner 
student of North Georgia College who is now attending school at the 
University of Georgia. 

Outstanding artists in the orchestra include Dick Bridges, Tenor 
Sax; Bud Moore, Drums; Dick Spillers, Lead Trumpet; and LaVerne 
Barge, Vocalist. 




Mks. W. H. Moran 
Spa/isor 



PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 






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tiOGtiUS 



Ckaig 



MllK \ 



^ AIU1H(JL*<,H 



OFFICERS 

Akgin Boggus (Sigma Theta) President 

Hakold Craig (Rex) Vice-President 

C:ahl Moran (Rex) Secretary 

Ben Yaubrough (Sigma Tlicta) Treasurer 

Tom Matthews (Sigma Thcia) Member 

Jou Sam Wooddy (Rex) Member 

CJoverning the activities of the two fraternities on the North Georgia Campus is the 
Pan-Hellenic Council. 

As old in the traditions as the fraternities themselves it is considered quite an honor 
to be a member of the council. The main function of the council is to maintain better re- 
lations between the two fraternities. Every quarter the council sponsors a dance, usually 
alternating a formal one quarter and an inforinal the next quarter. This year the work of 
the members has been very important because the fraternities have grown so rapidly that 
there might have been complications. 

The Pan-Hellenic is composed of three members from each fraternity; the presidents 
and vice-presidents plus a member at large from the fraternity. 




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T/ic ('(imitil turns out for iujornntl diOuc 



REX 
FRATERNITY 



I'kmv Justs 

sponsor 

nahlonega, Ga. 




OFFICERS 




Harold Craig 
President 



Warren MoRAN 
1st Vice-Pres. 



Joseph Wooddv 
2nd Vice-Pres. 



Da\*id Tippixs 
See.-Treiis. 



Stewart McLeod 
Sgt,-al-Arjns 



Roy McCard 
Chaplain 




Lt.-Col. Hutcherson 
Faculty Adriser 

Left to right: Rex Party, Rex Breakfast 



REX FRATERNITY 

The oldest fraternity on the campus, the REX Fraternity, was organized in 1917. 
This year, the REX has sponsored infonnal dances, one formal dance, hikes, and ban- 
quets for members. Miss Betty lones was elected sponsor for the organization. Pins were 
secured for members and pledges this year. The pin is the REX emblem (skull and 
cross-bones) embedded in the Maltese Cross with rubies filling the eyes of the skull and 
pearls separating the cross-bones. 

The fraternity chose Miss Elsie Harben as their candidate for Harvest Queen. She 
was elected and crowned at the Harvest Festival. 

The returned veteran members and old members, strengthened by new membership, 
have formulated plans that will be beneficial to the members and pledges of the fraternity 
and to the entire student body at North Georgia College. 

Lt.-Col. Paul M. Hutcherson, Commandant of Cadets, is the very capable faculty 
adviser of the organization. 




MEMBERS 




Akin 

(ioRE 

Ntw 
Stark 



Bledsoe 
Grimes 
Parrish 
Thrasher 



BOATWRICHT 

HaRI'IR 

I'lNSON 

Turner 



BussEY 

SiSK 

RoBISON 

WlllTWORTM 



Bush 

McDonald 

Sapp 

WlI.KlN.'ON 



Cowart 
McEver 

Saxon 

WOULEY 



Crawford 

MiDDLETON 

SHEFFHilD 

VlCKERS 



Oeaton 
Major 



PLEDGES 




ClIITON 1 |iMiiM)M»\ CilRIMAX llviU.l I 



'I'llOMA 





Price 



SIGMA 
THETA 



Rowland 

PURCELL 



OFFICERS 

Argin Boccus Vycsident 

C'harles Price Vuc-President 

Frank Boyd Secretary 

Thomas Mai hhws Treasurer 




OFFICERS 

Joe Rowland Sgt.-at-Arms 

Robert Purcell Chaplain 

Prof. ]. D. Anthony .... Faeiilly Adviser 



\'lRc,l\IA KlNGERY- 

sponsor 
Giirtlon, Cjcor^ia 




As a fraternal and social organization, the Sigma Theta Fraternity ranks with the 
best that has ever been at North Georgia. Its history is short but interesting. The Fra- 
ternity was founded in 1934 by a group of young men interested in the promulgation of 
social life and fraternal feelings. It was patterned after a chapter at Abraham Baldwin 
College in Tifton, Georgia; Professor W. D. Booth lent a guiding hand. From its very 
beginning, Sigma Theta has^enjoyed a long period of growth and development. Until 
1943 the members of the fraternity lived at the Owens House, but certain factors brought 
a change and now there is no special fraternity house and members live in college dormi- 
tories. For the past two years the fraternity has started its advancement after a short lull 
during the war. As a result of growing progressive movement, students of NCJC can ex- 
pect an even better Sigma Theta Fraternity in the future. 



MEMBERS 






^^^^ 




C) ft p p r fj p' 







Akins 


Bartlett 


Bell 


Biles 


Black 


Brown 


Craig 


Frffman 


Gilbert 


Haddock 


Jackson 


Hendry 


Maddox 


V. Masiibirn 


Mfadi^w 


Mitchell 


Moore 


ODlLLON 


PiNHOLSTER 


Roberts 


Saffold 



Sam Akins, Leonard Bartlett, Tom Bell, Joel Biles, Joe Black, Joe Brown, C. L. Craig, Miller Dial, Robert Freeman, Clark 
(lilbcrt, John Haddock, Lamar Jackson, Sidney Hendry, John Maddox, Vance Mashburn, Alva Mashburn, Joe Meadow, 
Jimmy Mitchell, Whitclord Moore, Marvin O'Dillon, Garland Pinholstcr, Donakl Roberts, Tommy Saftold, Henry 
Whclchcl, lien Yarbrousih. 



PLEDGES 






DiAl, 

A. Masiibirn 

WllFLCMKI, 

^'ARBK()^(;^ 



dl"^^ 





1- 







Archer 

GiBBS 

Scales 



Bennett 
Hancock 

Slade 



lUril.FR 

Jennings 

SOSEBEE 



Camp 

Luke 
Stanton 



Collins 
Nichols 
Stout 



Davis 
Oxford 

Thomas 



Dean 

Patterson 
Troip 



Durrani' 
Russell 



James Archer, Lawrence ISennett, Walter Butler, Clay ('amp, Harold Cx)llins, (Charlie Davis, fames Dean, I'illv DiiRaiU, 
Frank Eidson, Malcolm ( iibbs, Wm. R. Hancock, Robert Jennings, Jimmy Luke, i5illy Nichols, Chas. B. Oxford, Ben I'at- 
terson, William Russell, Benjamin Scales, Marvin Slade, George Sosebee, John Stanton, Mac Stout, Cieorge Thomas, Earl 
Troup. 






^ludent \Jetercin5 K^racinizutlond 



9' 



Nancy E. Melton 

Sponsor 

Dahlonega, Ga. 




Ma J. Fred Meltom 
President 



The Student Veteran's Organization was formed 
during the spring quarter of '46 and was greatly re- 
eniorced by ex-servicemen entering for the fall quarter. 

The club was organized for the benefit of the vet- 
erans on the campus in securing any aid or benefits 
due them. Not only has it been successful in this, 
but has greatly benefited the social life of the veteran. 

The club purchased music for the CJenerals so that 
North (leorgia might have an orchestra. Fred Tur- 
ner, who is an e.\-serviceman is the organizer and 
director. 

There was not much activity during the spring 
quarter but the club cjuickly organized and during 
the summer sponsored an informal dance and picnic 
at Lake Winfield Scott. During the past quarters, 
the club has sponsored several dances and a barbecue. 
The big dance of the year was the Veteran's Formal 
held on December 14. The Generals furnished the 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
Capt. Mack Lowrey 
Capt. Tom Bell 

1st. SgT. ]. S. WooDDY 

WELFARE COUNCIL 
Capt. John Blodgett 
Lt. Frank Barrett 
Lt. Tom Gailey 

SOCIAL COMMITTEE 
Capt. John Williamson 
Lt. John Kelly 
S/ScT. BrtssE Whitworth 




Lt. John Saxon 
Vice-President 



Capt. Wesley Brower 
Scc.-Treasiirer 




lira low: Barrun, ISrooke, Maync, Uipi), liarn.tt. Melton, AndrtvV!,, Johnslun, Buatwnght, Day, Wiliuu . . . Sauiid law: Butt, Morrow, Whitworth. 
Kellar, Wilson, James, Brower, W.ade, Densmore, Macldox, McEvcr, Saxon . . . Third row. Yackuboskey, Kelly, Worley, Little, Garrett, Patton, 
Bolding. 




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Firs! row. left !o right: Harxill, CoMiigtiin, Hiiiilcn, Dcalon, Hani, Wilt. McElvey, Stewart, .'\libott. Hlcdsoc, Mashburn . . . Second koiv: Blodgcit, 
Garret;. Grimes. Jackson, Whitley, Chapman, .Mien, Woods, Pratt, Davis, Bell, Poole, Key, (iailcy . . . Third loa': Temple, Fuller, Grant, Battle, 
Ledbctter, Hall, Brown, Major, Sosebce, Woods, Chandler, Williamson, Green, Thomason. 




/■';/■.(/ roif I /(lu-iliiig I. Icjl In riiihr W'onliK. [ordan. Tinner, Mcldliannmi, Bnrdette, Ovcrstrcet, Mitchum, Biggins . . . Firsl row (standing), left 
tc: right: Lowry. Coker, Ta>lor, .S.ipp, Tinner. .S.indhn, B.irj;eron, (iardiie,-. Bennett. Roiintree. White, Sheflicld. Pippin . . . Second row: Towncs, 
Thrasher, Dollar, Ray, Towns. Cliastam, Woods. (Jovvder. Moore. Peters. Groves. C;aj;le, MeKver, Phillips, Smith . . . Third row: Crawford, Lcd- 
bettcr, Teems. Cain, Savage, Owens, Sanderson. Rainvv.iter, Vandiver. Paine. lones. 



OFFICERS' CLUB 



The ( )fficcrs Club lor the past two or three years has been rehttively 
inaetive but with the war over and its membership back at post-war 
standards, once again it will be remembered for the big formal dances 
the club sponsors. 

All the cadet officers in the battalion are members. Meetings are 
held as often as deemed necessary. 

This year the club has sponsored several informal dances and one 
lormal dance. Two basketball games were played with the Sergeants 
Club for the Library Fund. With si,\ members on the varsity the 
officers went down in defeat since varsity members were not allowed to 
participate in the events. 




Mrs. J. M. Burdette 

Sponsor 

Calhoun, Ga. 




Moore, C. R. 
johnstok 



overstreet 
Battle 



GiRT.MAN 
HiGGINS 



McElvey 
Maddox 



Saxon 

CoKER 



Bledsoe 
Gailey 



WORLEY 

Chandler 






BURDETTE 



Williamson 



OFFICERS 

Lt.-Col. Jamls Buudltte Piaidcnl 

Capt. John Willl\mson Vuc-Prcsidcnt 

Capt. Harold Ckaig Sccnltiry 

Capt. David Tippins Trcasiiicr 




\, ''*^.<*^- 




Craig 



Tippins 



MEMBERS 




Melton 

MacElhannon 

rountree 



Wood 
Hrower 
Barrett 



Thaxton 

PURCELL 

Kelly 



TllOMASON 

Yarhkouch 
Barron- 



Green 
Blodceit 
Chastain 



LoWREV 

McCard 
Moore, J. W. 



McK\ER 
Bell 

Kll.PAlRlCK 



SERGEANTS CLUB 




Mrs. J. S. WooDDY, Sr. 

Sponsor 

Albany, Georgia 




1st SgT. J. S. WoODDY 

President 



T/Sgt. J. M. Bargeron 
Vice-President 




S/SOT. H. i-. i>Al'l' 

Treasurer 



Secretary 



S/Sgt. J. E. Brooke 
Sgt.-at-Arms 



S/Sgt. R. D. Freeman 
Reporter 




S/ScT. H. D. Miles 
Chapliim 



SERGEANTS' CLUB 

The Sergeants' Club is composed 
of all the non-commissioned officers 
of the battalion. Its record is one 
of excellence through the years. The 
membership is the largest in the 
history of the club. As in any 
branch of the service, everybody 
looks to the non-commissioned of- 
ficers for leadership. 




1st Sgt. .'\Rf;iv BoGGUs 
Oiitstiindini; Cadet Sgt. 



TTrnrrTncrTTTnnTT! 





f/;v/ COM': Hendry, Eagen, Clay, Gilbert, Greene, Boggus, Thrasher, Pinson, Meadows. Price, 
Gregory, Pinholster, Key, Kellar, Sosebee, Allen, Wilson, Wilt, Moore . . . Thud row: Hruokc 
Freeman, Kendrick, Butler. 



Busse\- . . . Second row: Moran, Stark, Townes, Sisk, 
Warmack, Duggan, Wilson, Middleton, Dollar, Britt, 




First row: .-t/(iii, Mashburn, Mitcluini. Dcatun, Owen, Savage, Poole, Saliold, Sheflleld, M.uliews, Harle\, C'ayle . . . Second row: I lam. Harper, 
Densmoro, Wilkinson, David, Edmonson. Peters. Mitchell. King. Covington. White, jacksun. McEver, McLeod. Miller . . . T/iird row: Sells, Stan- 
ton, Troupe. Patton. James, Taylor, Thra,shcr, Groves, Abbott, Clay . . . I'oiirth row: O'Dillon, Pippin, Brown, Garrett, Sanderlin, McDonald, 
Cowart. Stewart. Whelchel. 




L E T T E R M A N ' S 
CLUB 



Miss Lorraine Rhoades 

Sponsor 

Portland, Oregon 



Cadets who have received letters in one of the 
major sports arc ehgible tor membership in the Letter- 
man's Club, which considers itself an "exclusive or- 
ganization." Known in former years as the "D" 
Club, the Lettermen reorganized this year under a 
new title and with a new insignia, but retained its 
carefree spirit and high place in the list of college 
activities. 



Sheets Cobb Green Lowrey 

Chastain 

OFFICERS 

Capt. Mack Lowrey President 

1st. Lt. Taylor Chastain Vice-President 

Capt. George Green Secretary-Treasurer 

Coach Sheets Faculty Adviser 

Coach Cobb Faculty Adviser 






Firs; row, Icfl to right: Kilpatrick. Lowrey, Green, Chastain . ; . Bacii roie: Coach Slieets, Craig, Miir.i.., 
Worley, Gailcy, Pinhoister, Coach Cobb. 



CADETS ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



This year the responsibility of the Cadet's Athletic (Council was overshadowed by 
the work of the Faculty Athletic Council. The purpose of this council is to co-ordinate 
the athletics with the different companies. The Athletic ( )lUcers are responsible for the 
intramural teams that each company puts on the hekl anil lor their conduct. A good 
example of their work is the lootball teams that represented ihe \arious companies. 




Major Fred Mllton Cluiirnuiii 

Lt. Fkank. Bauri-.tt "./" Coinpiiny 

Lt. Iohn Kelly "B" Company 

Lt. AuTiiiK Raukon "C" Company 

Lt. Tom CJailev "D" Company 

Lt. Wadie Rol'ntree "Bd" Company 




.UhUln iillitils Here itspiinsihlf for lilt it ^•iiiiii 



\ 



Mrs. R. R. Owen 

Sponsor 

C^alhoun, Ga. 



PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

CLUB 

OFFICERS 

Garland Pinholster Presultnl 

David Owen Vicc-Pixs. 

Harrison Towns Secretary 

Irene Johnston Treasurer 

Faculty Advisers 
Coaches — Sheets, Burton, Cobb, Groves 




Pinholster 



The PHYS. ED. CLUB, organized in 194t, is composed 
of majors and minors in Physical Education. Its aim is to 
promote a professional spirit among the students of physical 
education, to promote athletic activities for practical expe- 
rience in various sports, and to provide a recreational and 
social activity planned and promulgated by the students for 
experience in their chosen field. The idea permeating the 
club is aptly expressed in their motto, "Not on the heights, 
but climbing." 




Owen 




The Mcnihas ttn^ piiciilty .-iiiriscrs 



R E C COUNCIL 



OFFICERS 



Ifan Wiin k 






SaUA M<iTKS 



Mus. Mai Wdodv White 

Sponsor 

Suchcs, Ga. 



Neli-f. C. Burton 



COUNCIL MEMBERS 




CAPTAINS 

COCBURN 

Arrendale 



K1.INC 

Palmer 



SPORIS MANAGERS 

Meschine 
Wilson 



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\.k 




Nix 

KiNGERY 



Lane 



Rec Council 

Jean Whitu I'lcsiiltnt 

Nancy Hinson Vuc-I'resident 

Jean Healan Secretary 

Sara Motes Trciistirer 

Miss Nelle C. Bukion l-'iuiitly Adiiser 



Rec Program 



Contributing much to the social as well as the athletic lile of each coed 
at North Georgia College is the Girls' Recreation Club. This club is gov- 
erned by the Rec Council which is composed of fourteen members made up 
oi: officers of the club, team captains, sports managers, and faculty adviser. 
The club itself contains four teams, Hippolytan, Mercurcan, Phi Omicron, 
and Trahlytan, which compete in intramural sports. Winners of tourna- 
ments last year were: speedball, Trahlytans; basketball, Trahlytans; volley 
ball, Phi Oiiiicr<ins; tennis, Elysc Williams, Mercurean; tabic tennis singles. 
Carolyn Huff, Phi Omicron; table tennis doubles, Carolyn Huff, Phi Omi- 
cron. and Hetty Jones, Hiiipolytan; badminton singles, Jean Zeigler, Trahly- 
tan; badminton doubles. Jean Zeigler, Trahlytan, and Jean Wilson, Trahlytan; 
horse shoe, Carolyn Huff, Phi Omicron. 'I'he song contest was won by 
the Mercureans. 

Some of the ("oiincil's duties arc the choosing of varsity and sub-varsity 
teams after each tournament, initiation of new members into the club, and 
prep.iiation tor social activities sponsored b\ ihe Rec Club. 

I'or recognizable work accomplished by the teams and their members, 
special awards are given. To the team having the most points at the end 
of the year, a loving cup is presented. Mercureans won this cup at the close 
of the spring tjuarter, and at the end of summer quarter, the Phi Omicrons 
were in the lead for this year. 

In the individual point point system, the individual is awarded the small 
NGC monogram after earning 850 points, the large letter for 15110 points, and 
a iacket for 2000 points. Remarkable records were set for earn.ng jackets 
by Roanne .Arrendale, Mercurean, and Jean Healan, Trahlytan. To the coed 
best exemplifying the athlete spirit, a loving cup is presented annually. 
This was last presented to Elyse Williams, captain of the Mercurean team, at 
the end of spring i|uarter. 

Much creilit for the .success of this organization is due Miss Nelle C. 
Hurton, faculty ailviser, who is untiring and unceasing in her efforts to 
imbed in llie meiiilK-rs the spirit of "ever pressing onu.ird .ind u|nvard." 



MERCUREANS 




Firs: Row: Motes, Baker, Cuffc), Calloway, BinfurJ, Bunli, Darden, Fryj, Bailey, Johnson . . . Second low: Stinespring, Jones, Smith, Tatum, 
Hawkins, Perkins, Paris, Grant, Anderson, Kingery, Lehnherr . . . Third row: Palmer, Kingcry, Lambeth, Osborn, Bowers, Davis, Nash, Nichols, 
Seymour, Hinson, Fitts, Carroll, Palmer. 




Mrs. F. L. .Aruendale 
Sponsor 
Clayton, Ga. 





TEAM ROSTER 




RoANNE AltKENDALE 




Clnhtdlll 


Sara Motes 




Co-Captain 


Betty Anderson 


Alene Johnson 


Mildred Bailey 


Sue Jones 




Sara Baker 


Nancy Kingery 




Jane Binford 


Lynda Lambeth 




Beverly Bowers 


Jean Lehnherr 




Dimple Burch 


Opa'l Kate Nash 




Betty Calloway 


Frances Nichols 




Joyce Carroll 


Addie Osborn 




EsTELLE Coffey 


Anne Palmer 




Elizabeth Darden 


Judy Palmer 




Marjorie D.wis 


Nell Paris 




Frankie Fitts 


Allie Perkins 




Lorraine Frye 


Elizabeth Seymour 




Mary Ann Grant 


Charlie Smith 




Martha Hawkins 


Betty Ann Stinespring 




Nancy Hinson 


Helen Tatum 





Vc p/tivc// lijij' 





/,(■// '" riji/it: Matthews, Riilen, Lear, Kiny, Whelchel, Kling, Avers, Collins, Recce, Haskin, Coffia, Harben, Callaway, Walker, Caldwell, Barge, 
Bradv, Palmer, Ivcv, Sargent, Monltrie, Westbruok, Upchurch, Andrews, Webb, Thoini'scin, Davis, Palmer, Green, Simmons, Hawcs, Barber, Reeves. 




TEAM ROSTER 

Anne Kling Ciiptain 

Bettv Whelchel Co-C.npiiiin 



Mrs. W. L. Klixg 

Sponsor 
LaFayette, Georgia 



Rita Andrews 
Algen Ayers 
Dorothy Barber 
La Verne Barge 
Aileen Baskin 
Bernice Brady 
Alice Callaway 
Martha Coefia 
Jane Collins 
Beverly Caldwell 
Christine Davis 
Claudia Green 
Elsie Hauben 
Katherine Hawes 
Betty Jo Ivey 
Claudia King 
Dolores Lear 



Sara Jo Matthews 
Margaret Moultrie 
Catherine Osborn 
Carolyn Palmer 
Dolores Palmer 
Catherine Reece 
Sara Reeves 
Evelyn Riden 
Zell Sargent 
Bobby Saxon 
Frances Simmons 
Mary Jo Thompson 
Ann Upchurch 
Carol Walker 
Si'E Webb 
Louise WisTiuiooK 



Erervofif tiiis LtlhUlu 




A. 








HIPPOLYTANS 



ElOISK COGBI'KN 
Clip/ ill /I 



Maiiv Hm Towson 
Co-Cajitain 



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TEAM ROSTER 



Eloise Cogburn 
Marv Em Towson 



. Captain 
Co-Ciipttini 



HIPPOLYTAN TEAM 

First roil'-. Towson, Cogburn . . . Second row: White, Fowler, Paris, 
Saunders, Hawes, Short, King, Mills, Bruce . . . Third row: Lindsay, 
Blackwcll, Jones, Allen, Poole, Henderson, Kelly, Edwards, Abercrombie, 
Merriti, Haynes . . . Fourth row: Maxwell, Gilmore, Paradise, Crooks, 
Horton, Chandler, Highsmith, Quillan, Nix . . . Fijih row: Long, Raines, 
Edmonils. Palmer, SatterfieUl, Stevenson, McKinney. 



Aligene Abekcuombie 
Jeanette Allen 
Marie Anderson 
Margaret Blackwell 
Beth Bruce 
Barbara Chandler 
Martha Crooks 
Marilvnn Edmonds 
Betty Edwards 
Ailene Fowler 
Mary Lois Garrett 
Betty Gilmore 
Barbara Hawes 



Louise Haynes 
Mary Henderson 
Lois Highsmith 
Mildred Horton 
Mary Jones 
Rachel Kelly 
Dot King 
Joyce Lindsay 
Helen Long 
Ruth McKinney 
Sara Frances Merritt 
Martha Mills 
Betty Maxwell 



Nellie Nix 
Ernestine Palmer 
LuciNDA Paradise 
GussiE Poole 
Carol Quillian 
Lou Raines 
Sara Satterfield 
Betty Saunders 
Elsie Short 
Dorothy Stephens 
Pearl Todd 




Mr. Carl E. Cogburn 

Sponsor 

Jasper, Ga. 



AU wor/^ and nn phiy 7iutl{cs J/ll ti didl girl. 




TRAHLYTANS 




^- Norma Pai Mt r 

f Ciiptiii/t 



Doris Lowin 
Co-Ciifytiiii! 



.ill If 




TEAM ROSTER 

Norma Palmer . . Ciipuini 

Doris Lowry Co Cup/ain 

Maky Ruth Nix 



Jean Adams 
Opal Baker 
MiRL\M Barnett 
Frances Brown 
Bette Joyce Carroll 
Dorothy Carter 
Barbara Chappell 
Margaret Cobb 
Hazel Ann Dean 
Beth Elrod 
Martha Jean Elrou 
Charlotte Haire 



Harriett Hargrove 
Faye Healan 
Jean Healan 
Bette Jo Herrin 
Martha Hood 
Irene Johnston 
Barbara King 
Audrey Lane 
Lucille Leard 
Carolyn Mauldin 
Mable McElvey 
Jo Meschine 



JuANiTA Perdue 
Helen Pierce 
Phyllis Renfroe 
Martha G. Ryan 
Sue Roberts 
Evelyn Singleton 
Catherine Smith 
Nell Walker 



Tnililytan 'I cam 

First roll': Lowry, Meschine, Roberts, Uean, Nix, I'aliiier . . . Second row: 
Herrin, Barnett, Smith, King, Lane, Adams, Brown, Cobb, Ryan . . . 
Third rum: Johnson, Hargrove, Hood, McElvey, Healan, Pierce, Elrod, 
Haire, Healan, Elrod . . . Fourth rotf: Chappell, Wilson, Perdue, Carter, 
Renfroe, Walker, Carroll, Leard. M,uiKlin. Singleton. 





Mrs. C. H. Pai.mlk 

Sponsor 

l.oganvillc, Ga. 



W'c tried ,d/ alhlctiis. 







Dean 

Hawkins 

Leard 



utome (be 



OFFICERS 

Charlie C. Smith President 

Hazle Anne Dean Vice-Pres. 

Martha Hawkins Secretary 

Lucille Leard Treasurer 




Mrs. W. E. Richards 
Sponsor 




Miss Bessie Freeman 
Faculty Adviser 




Members o/ Hume ti,,jmjmi,i (Uiin dt a tea :ii unir Department Dining Room. 




Actinty tn the jood lab 




. and III the Seu-iii^ Rooiu 



MEMBERS 



BuTTVL AnDLRSON 

Mildred Bailey 
Beverly Bowers 
Betty Calloway 
Martha Cohfia 
Martha Crooks 
Elizabith Dardun 
Barbaka Hawes 
Nancy Hinson 
Sue Jones 
Alene Johnson 
Virginia Kingery 
Lynda Lambeth 

DdKIs LoWliV 



Margaret Molltrie 
Opal Kate Nash 
Dolores Palmer 
Juanita Perdue 
GussiE PooLi; 
Sara Reeves 
Sue Roberts 

Bi 1 ril. SAfNDI-.RS 

Elsie Short 
Evelyn Singliton 
DoKoin^' Si i.i'im:ns 
Betty Stinespring 
Hi:len Tatum 
Lorisi. Wi.sri'.nooK 




Dr. R. C. (iRisiiAM 

Speaker 

Rclij^ious Knipli:isis Week 



Henry D. Miles 
President 




Dr. H. I!. Forester 
Fiutilty Adviser 




Y 



M 



C 



A 




Miss Charlie C. Smum 
Sponsor 



OFFICERS 






^lAli^s^ 




Franks Barrett 
Vice-President 



Thomas Mathews 
Secretary 



Carl Moran 
Treasurer 



CABINET MEMBERS 



Albert Eacan 
Chaplain 




Bills 
Bledsoe 



BusSEY HlGClNS 

Gregory Maddox 



MASHbLRN TlPI'lXS 

Taylor Turner 








Barrl tT 



Cody 



New 



McFall 



Norton 




d 



Mks. H. H. KlN'GKKV 

Sponsor 
(fiirtinn, Cla. 



Y 



W 



C 



A 








Miss Alice Donovan 
Faculty Adriscr 



OFFICERS 




N'lUGlNlA RlNGEKY 

President 



Brtty Cai.i.owav 
V ice-President 



Sara I'.xki u 
Secretary - Trecisiircr 



CABINET 



R. Andrews 

E, COGBURN 

M. Davis 




I'.. I 1 ROD 

N. Hl.Nsnvj 

S. )oNKS 



I.. I.I \RD 

S. Moils 

C'. SMirn 



GLEE CLUB 




GLEE CLUB 

First row: Paris, Stewart, [ones. Mills, Ciiffcy. Hcrrin, EUlcr, Kurch, Hortun, Calloway, Healan, Tatuni, Barge, Osborn, Palmer, Bowers, Davis, 
Smith. Binford . . . Scconil row: Dean, Short. Chick. Tutwilcr. Adams. Boatrighc. Fryc, Sargent, Nash, Barnett, Brown, Walker. Merritt. Abcr- 
crombie. Smith, Rountree, Blount . . . Third row: Ireland, England, Jackson, Torrc>', Bussey, McCard, Mashburn, Hall, Brov\'n. McFall, Dean, 
Norris, Carter, Crawford, Mashburn, Etheridge. 




Lnder the joint ilircction of Mr. Booth and Mr. Dis- 
mukes, and accompanied by Dr. Flanders, the CJlee 
Club gives a concert cac'.i c]uartcr, in addition to fur- 
nishing entertainment lor chapel programs and special 
occasions. 

Although the men and xv'omen do separate numbers 
during the concerts, there are no separate organizations 
of male and female choruses. 

The concerts feature several soloists and a male 
t]uartet, but the special emphasis is placed on the har- 
monious blending of the entire group. As a special 
treat for the students, the Cilee Club frequently offers 
selections written by their directors, Messrs. Booth and 
Dismukes. 




Cx-MiLLLs I. Dismukes 
Director 



Assistant -Director 



c;lee club roster 



Sopranos 

Martha Mills 

lo HuNiLK SihWAEtT 

Alice Callaway 
Faye Healan 
Mary Ruth Jones 
Katheryn Pauis 
Mhuam Barnett 
Aligene Abercromiue 
Beverly Bowers 
Frances Brown 
Mildred Horton 
Estelle Coffey 
Jane Boatright 



HlMPLE Hl'Rt II 

An. EN Avers 
Marjorik Davis 
Zell Sargent 
Sybil Elder 
Lorraine Frve 
Jean Adams 
Sarah Merriti 
Helen Tatum 
Ofal Kate Nami 
Carol Walker 
Betty Jo Hehrin 
LaVerne Barge 



.lit OS 

Jane Biniord 
Jldy Palmer 
Addie Osborn 
First Tenor 

Edwin Patterson 
Charles Fitts 
Roy McCard 
CJene Chick 
Tom Ireland 
Charles MacMillan 
Billy Carley 



Second Tenor 

y.wrii Mashburn 
Preston Bussey 
George Tutwiler 
Hugh Andrews 
Jame;'. Brown 
Joel Jackson 
Keith England 
John O. Smith 

T-irst Boss 
Ben Torrey 
Horace Hall 



Fkfd M( Fall 
Sam Blount 
Boh Short 
Sei and Bass 
RouBiE Carter 
James Ei heridge 
Aubrey Norris 
Max Thomason 
Iamks Dean 
(iRRV Dean 

Wadie RoUN'IRFE 

(Iene Crawford 



DRAMATIC CLUB 




l-nst row, left to lig/il: Webb, Abcrcrombie, Smith. Jones, Davis, C, Davis, M., Palmer, Pippin, Barnett, Ivey, Binforci. Darden, Calloway, Nichols . . . 
Second row: Mills, Todd, Collins, Callaway, Andrews, Edwards, Pierce, Stinespring", Palmer, Stewart, Seymour . . . Third row: Palmer, Wilkerson, 
Miller, Hcalan, F,aj;en, Wilson, Gilbert, Layton, Paris. 




Mrs. Estf.lle Sikmons 
Advisor 



The Dramatic Club is composed of "budding Thespians," 
who are interested in working, both on stage and back stage 
in the production of plays. Usually there are two three net 
plays and several chapel programs presented for the entertain- 
ment of the students. In addition to public presentation, the 
Dramatic Club members hold bi-monthly meetings at which 
current theatrical productions and the intrinsics of stagecraft 
are discussed. It is the aim of the 1946-47 group to leave some- 
thing worthwhile in the way of tangible scenery as well as the 
memories of plays well done. 





Marjorie Davis 

Sponsor 

Cnllrsi- Park 



\'. I'lPI'lN 


M. Davis 






Prcsidcnt 


Vice-President 






. Palmkk 


C. Davis 






Secretary 


Treusnrer 








Drunidtii 


CI lib III 


tit llnll 




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BEnH Bruce 
President 



Jean Healan 
Tint Vice-President 



Faye Healan 
Secretary 



Joel Biles 
Treasurer 



John Rainwater 
Editor B.S.U. Paper 



Claud Boai wrigiit 
Co -Editor 





Dr. H. B. Forester 
Faciiltv Adviser 



Mrs. John M. Bruce 

Sponsor 

Martin, Ga. 



The B. S. U. is the link between the Dahlonega Baptist Church and 
N. G. C. It brings the activities of the church to the college and the 
college to the church activities. The zeal and interest of the council 
officers and meinbers make the B.S.U. one of the most active groups on 
the campus. 



COUNCIL MEMBERS 



H. Hargrove 



J. C. Maddox 



B. Gilmore 



A. Mashburn 




A. Lane 



S. Akin 



B. King 



I/L/ e 6 leu ^ oundatio 



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Merrill Harper 
President 



Claudia Green 
Viee-Pyesident 



Opal K. Nash 
Secretary 



Billy Durant 
Treasurer 




J 



Bettv J. Carroll 
Editor of W. /•". News 



The Wesley Foundation is the young people's organization of the 
Methodist Church. The students worked with Rev. Moorhead until 
his transfer, and with Rev. Elliott to provide activities for the Methodist 
youth or any others interested of the college. The Wesley Foundation 
is to N. G. C. what the Youth Fellowship Ckoup is to the student's 
home town; it is the place where he feels most at home in the church. 



W. Butler 



S. Jones 



B. Whelchel 




Mrs. E. W. Harper 

Sponsor 

Hartwcll, Ga. 



A. Kling 



C. Palmer 




F. McFall 



1'. Cawlev 



SPEECH CLUB 




OFFICERS 

Henry Miles President 

Lou Raines Vice-Pres. 

Albert Eagen Secretary 

ViRGiNL\ KiNGERY Treosttrer 

Chas. E. Lawrence Faculty Adviser 



Ht-SRV Miles 
Charles Lawekence 



ROSIER 




Jean Adams 


Nancv Hinson 


Mildred Bailey 


Jo Hunter 


Hill Barron 


Alene Johnson 


Tom Bell 


Alva Mashburn 


Beverly Bowers 


Margaret Moultrie 


Jane Collins 


Norma Palmer 


Gene Crawford 


Judy Palmer 


Elizabeth Crawford 


Harold Pinson 


Charlie Davis 


Wilbur Pippin 


Marjorie Davis 


Bob Short 


Meredith Farr 


Nell Paris 


Horace Hall 


Charlie Smith 


Faye Healan 


Betty Stinesprinc; 


Jean Healan 


Helen Tatum 




Albfrt Eagen 
Virginia Kingery 





MhNDLRSUN 



Henry 



Mmthlws 





Mus. Hu(jH Henderson 

Sponsor 

Brooks, Ga. 



SCIENCE CLUB 



Dr. H. B. Forester 

raculty Adviser 



OFFICERS 

RoBtUT Henuy President 

Maky Hhndeuson Vice-President 

Saua Jol Matthews Secretary 

George Green Purliamentarnin 

Frank Boyd, Frank Barrett, Marilyn Edmonds . 

Program Committee 




Boyd 



Barrett 



Hd.monds 



Greene 



In contrast with the many social organizations on the campus, the 
Science Club is dehnitely an educational club. Dr. H. B. Forester is 
the Faculty Adviser for the club which holds its meetings bimonthly. 
At these meetings various scientific problems of current interest are 
discussed and studied. Although the club is primarily for science 
majors, any student interested in the held ot science may become a 
member. 




The Mcmheii 



Dl.e NGC CAMERA CLUB 





H. H. McElvey 



OFFICERS 

foE Thrasher, Jr President 

Hugh McElvey, Jr Vice-Pres. 

QuiLLIAN CoKER SecretiUj 

Henry D. Miles Trensuyer 

C. M. Miller, II Publicity CIniiinnin 

]. A. Mitchell Fucidty .idviser 



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Jul, 1 iiliASill.K 

J. A. Mitchell 



Q. CoKER 

C. M. Miller 




Charles E. Price 
Program Chairman 



THE CAMERA CLUB 

The Camera Club which was organized in the spring of '46 
has done much toward making this year's Cyclops a success. 
Throughout this book there appear numerous photographs of 
student activities which were recorded by the club. The 
club operates as a co-operative organization with expenses for 
maintenance and improvement of equipment shared equally 
among the members. The College furnishes the club with 
two darkrooms in which to work, while the club furnishes 
its own equipment and supplies. 




George Sosebee 






H. I. Miller 



K. II. SlITLI, Jk. 



N. S. Rlxukicr 



N.G.C. 




Mii5 Mar<^r&l dlac/iiue// 
Sponsor of -f^&y Camera C/uh 
as seen hy 
Thraiher ano^ M^:^/\/ey^ 




DEBATE CLUB 



W. H. Clauk 
Facility Adiistr 



W^" 

,-V^^ 



Mrs. Robert Henry 

Sponsor 

Waycross, Ga. 




J. Saxon 
Presidtiit 



C. Bledsoe 
Viic-riesillelU 



H. Pierce 
Secretin V -Treasurer 



DEBATE CLUB 



Forensic activities at NGC had been dormant since UH2- 
43, but with the return of Prof. Clark to the campus, the 
Debate Club became one of the most active organizations 
of the College. Clear-headed logic — with a dash of strategy 
— was the aim of each debater's speech. The club debated 



with most of the important colleges in the South, including 
trips to Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana. With a 
firm foundation and this step forward. North Cieorgia 
College should lose no time in reaching the heights of 
forensic ranks. 




Bridges 

COKER 



h.alliuav 
Healan 



Hexrv 
Miller 



New 


White 


Taylor 


Wilson 




Wood 



DYLLS OF THE CADET AND CO-ED 

a feature of ^fitaenf oLife 





MlDDLETON AND HaRBIN 

Rex hil^c 



Bctivici! classes 




just plifiii goi'liii^ oil' 



Mr. N. G. C. ains pnnr II ,:ilcy ,i lijt 




Hipp<il\liin's Hike 



ProiJigjl Sun n/iiins 



TYPICAL NGC DANCES 



Generals who furnished the swing ](,r Officers' Cltih 
and Veterans' Formal Danees. 





George and Helen Green haring lots of jiin at the 
Vets Formal. 



■I dreamy iiitmher at the Vets Formal. 




VIEWED BY CYCLOPS 




Throughout the year the social hie of the student body is 
bolstered by formal and informal dances. We feel that the 
Student Veterans Organization Formal and the REX Fra- 
ternity Informal dances are typical of all the dances at the col- 
lege. With this thought in mind here they are. 




LiiVirnc rtjcalisl superb for I he Geneuus. 








Slaii lines ivere vichtis at the REX Vraleriiily dance. 



jillerhiin Nichols comes in to wear out more shoe 
leather. 





Tiger Mot\in goUlhnclyiiig in the Infirinivy. 



"ToRCHY Tess" Myers 
Viiciilly Stun! Wig/it 



^cafureJ of S^tiidcnt rJLilc 







Vpptr left: One ot Prof. Lawrence's gab sessions. 
Loner leji: Taking it easy at the Vets' barbecue. 



Upper right: The wiiUes stare at the co-ecls. 
Luieer right: Huwers and Carroll at Who's Who 
balloting. 



1. lUul Mociit .niil his thums 



Davis and Hcrrin. Fresh 
men Talent Night. 



J. Love hirtls — Mr. anti M 
Stewart. 



■i. Moran checks roll at 
church formation. 



S. |iie Brown hypnotized b\ 
Prot. Stevenson eats pa 
per. 



6. Faculty-Phys. Ed. Clul 
Haskcthall (Jame. 



7. Faculty party. 



8. Co-eds get in Cvci.oi 
picture. 






/. McErer after a trying day of wor\ for the Cy- 
clop:^ hciititv nictmn. 



Dwight Mitchum, outstanding Freshman cadet. 



Mr. O. D. 




Elise Harhen, Rex candidate is crowned Queen of Harvest Festival — Home Ec. Cliih. 

iij 



Prof. Laurence Speii^s to the "Y. 




Sundiiy Inspection! 



IWiitin' joy the biigie cull. 



McElrey and Camcru Chih itorl^cd hjid nii ihc 

AlltUldl. 




Eager bearer freshmen talent night. 



Pinhohler gets caught at inspeitinit hy Madiiox. 



Wooddy and Thrasher or "Sad Sac\s" 




A stroll to the "/htm." 



The ulil ianiioii still defies all. 




.-/ Ihittle royal iiiih ink. 



TUT. T.ICUiyrV ".IXDKh.n- SISTI:k.\' 
"Ttie Minutes More" 



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Sports Extra . . . 

NORTH GA. WINS N. G.-W. C. TOURNAMENT 




Sealed, lejt lo right: Louery. Gailey. Smith, Whituorth. Chandler. Chastain. Scllars, Mjjr. McEver. Stimdiiig: Coach Ciibb, Bowers, Culbreth, 
Brit;, McEvcr, Towns, Coach Sheets. Missing from picture: Craig anil Dews, .'\,ssi,stant Mgr. Owen. 



N.G.C. CAGERS ON ALL-STAR TEAM 

M.^CK LowhKv, Forivaid 

Tom Gailey, Guard 

Taylor Chastain, Fortvard 

Beusse Whitworth, Center 



TOURNAMENT GAMES 

1st Rd NGC 70 Clermont A.C. . . 

2nd Rd NGC 59 Clemson Vigilantes . 

3rd Rd NGC 69 Athens "Y" . . . 

Semi-Finals . . . NGC 60 "7" Up (CJainesville) 

Finals NGC 58 Clemson Flyers . . 



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35 

52 
41 

57 



After finishing the regular season with a total of 21 win 
in the North Georgia-Western Carolina Basketball Tournam 
teams were entered in the tournament for North Georgia an 

In the first three rounds North Georgia faced the Clerm 
college team won easily over the Clermont team but were s 
score. The Athens team caused very little trouble as secon 
had men from the University of Georgia varsity. 

Gainesville "7" Up came up from the lower bracket to m 
coast through this game, saving them for the finals with th 
keeping their 60 points a game average. 

Clemson got off to a good start in the finals to lead 25-2 
the score never varied more than two or three points. Wit 
Chastain stole the ball from a Clemson guard and scored t 

Averaging 63 points a game NCJC had three of the tou 
77, 76, and 56 points. 



s against 9 losses the North Georgia cagers were seeded first 
ent sponsored by the Le Tourneau Company. About twenty 
d Western Carolina. 

ont A.C, Clemson Vigilantes, and the .Athens "Y". The 
low getting started against the Vigilantes as shown by the 
d stringers played a great deal of the time, even though Athens 

eet NCjC in the semi-finals. Coach Sheets let his first string 
e Clemson Flyers. The score was 60-41, with North Georgia 

2 at the half but with the accurate shooting of Tom Gailey 
h only a few seconds left to play and Clemson leading 57-56, 
o win 58-57. 

rnameiit high scorers. Lowery, Chastain. and Ciailey scored 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 

Bank of Dahloncga 116 

Cash am! Carry Chicaners 117 

('asino 1 1'J 

Cy Bell Company 120 

Dahlonega-Atlanta Bus Line 125 

Dahlonega Recreation Center l-I . 

E. Sherman and Company 123 

Flowerland Florist, Inc 119 

Frierson-McEver Co 121 

C;allant-Belk Co. . 122 

Griffin's 114 

Gulf Oil Co 124 

Harrison's Service Sla 124 

Harry F. Dohbs, Inc 120 

Holly Theatre 116 

Hotel & Restaurant Supply Co 123 

Hulsey's 120 

J-B's Shoe Shop 120 

J. C. Penny, Inc 119 

John Sexton and Co 120 

Lipscomb Drug Co 120 

Martin-Johnson Furniture Co 124 

Nfather — CJaincsvillc 120 

Millner's 120 

Piedmont Drug Co 121 

Pilgrim-Estes Furniture Co 121 

Princeton Hotel 119 

Rich & Morgan 123 

Roliert M. Moore 117 

Sharon Jewelry Co 120 

Small-Estes Bakery 122 

Smith's 122 

Standard Telephone ('ompany 119 

The Canteen IIS 

The Dixie IIH 

The Dubois Company 118 

The (laincsville Florist 123 

The McGregor Company 123 

The Hub 118 

The Smith House 116 

W. & J. Jewelry ('ompany 118 

Woody's Barber Shop 116 



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alronize 



Kyu r .-^cluertiserS 



Thanks to our advertisers, our staff and our contributors tor their cheerful support 
and understanding. We did our best to give you an annual to remember. 

The Editors. 
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Compliments of the students' 
favorite hangout 



The North Georgia College 
Student Exchange 

"THE CANTEEN" 

An Excellent Staff of Students 



'The Center of the Campus" 



Supplies for Your Every Need 



Your Patronage Makes This Convenience Possible 



Jack Robkrts, Manager 



Dahlonega Georgia 



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'Meet Mc At 



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GRIFFIN'S 



jor 



Sandwiches, Sodas, School Supplies, Toilctriei 



Tobaccos, and a Friendly Game of Pool. 



A Hearty Welcome Awaits You 



"Where the Best Is Always Sold" 



R. A. CJRIFFIN, |R., Proprietor 



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Woody's Barber Shop 

Serving North Georgia students for 16 years 
"On the Square" 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



Holly Theatre 

We are proud to serve the students of North Georgia College 

Good Pictures -::- Reasonable Prices 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



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The Smith House 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

"A Good Hotel for Good People" 

The Dahlonega guest home of parents and loved ones, including 
sweethearts of the cadets and young ladies of North Georgia College. 

W. B. FRY, Oivner 



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COURTESY — EFFICIENCY — DEPENDABLE SERVICE 

The 
Bank of Dahlonega 



"A Ban/{ You Can Ban/^ On' 

Member of F. D. I. C. 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



116 



Robert M. Moore 



Successor to John H. Moore & Son 



A complete line of general merchandise 



Friend oj All North Georgia College Students 



Dahlonega, Georgia 



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Cash and Carry Cleaners 



C. H. DAVIS, Oivner 



Kluil{i and Wool Unijorms Our Specialty 



Adjacent to Front Campus 



Dahlonega, Georgia 



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THE HUB 

Dry Goods — Shoes — Clothing 
Phone 1828 — Gainesville, CJeorgia 

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"The Dixie" 

Kaywoodic Pipes — Fancy Tobaccos — Ronson Lighters 
Corner Dixie Hunt Hotel 
Gainesville, Cieorgia 



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W. & J. Jewelry Company 

Hamilton — Elgin — Buloua — Gruen — Longine Watches 

Silver by International and Gorharn 

Fine watch repair Timed by Watchmaster nuuhnie 

104 N. Bradford Street Gainesville, Georgia 



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— COMPLIMENTS — 

The DuBois Company 

Makers of 
KOL Dishwashing Compound 

B. T. Cagle, Representative 
171 Peters St., S. W Atlanta, Georgia 



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J. C. PENNEY, INC. 

Incorporated 
Rts/ wishes for a suittssful life 
Gainesville, Georgia 



SERVING DAHLONEGA 



"Home of Georgia's Best and Most Distinctive Eduecitional Organization' 



Standard Telephone Company 



Flowerland Florist, Inc. 

Beautiful Floivers for F.very Occasion 
Corsages, Cut Flowers, Potted Plants 
Gainesville, Georgia 



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Compliments of the 

"CASINO" 

Sot. "Du Du" Townes 

Sgt. Honest Raymond Dollar 

Sid Thrasher 

Gene Crawford 



Room 53 



Barracks 



Princeton Hotel 

Comfortable Rooms 

Good Food 

Reasonable Rates 

W. H. Robertson 

Gainesville, Georgia 



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Mather — Gainesville 

JEWELRY — FURNITURE — FURS 

P.O. Bo.\ 544 
107 W. Spring St., Gainesville, Ga. 



Cy Bell Company 

Modern Appliances 
for 
Modern Homes 

130 N. Bradford St. 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Millner's 

T/ie Style Center of Gainesville 
Wearing Apparel and Shoes 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Compliments of . . . 

HULSEY'S 

"The Ready to Wear Store" 

On the Square 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Sharon Jewelry Co. 

T. R. Thaxton, Owner 
Quality fewelry — Reasonable Prices 
"On the Square" 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



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J.-B/s Shoe Shop 

"just off the Campus" 

Excellent Repairs 

with 

Quality Materials 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



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John Sexton and Co. 

MANUFACTURING WHOLESALE GROCERS 

Est. Chicago 1883 

Good Food for Pleased Guests 

Chicago 90, lUinois 



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Harry F. Dobbs, Inc. 

Est. 1928 

Hotel Supplies 

Restaurant Equipment 

Atlanta, Georgia 



120 



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DAHLONEGA RECREATION 
CENTER 



Bob Edwards, Proprietor 



Your favorite place to eat and play billiards 



The "Hub" of North Georgia College 



Dahlonega, Georgia 



Lipscomb Drug Co. 

"Everything a good drugstort carries" 
"On the Square" 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



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Piedmont Drug Co. 

Excelletit Drug Dept. 

and 

Soda Fountain 

Gainesville, (Jeorgia 



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Frierson-McEver Co. 



Men's and Boys' Wear 



Gainesville, Georgia 



Pilgrim-Estes Furniture Co. 

Complete Home Furnis/iers 

Piiilco Radios, Frigidaires, Freezer Lockers 

Gainesville, Georgia 



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GALLANT-BELK COMPANY 

" Gainesville's Largest and Most Complete Department Store" 
ONE OF 250 BELK STORES 



GAINESVILLE 



GEORGIA 



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VISIT 



SMITH'S 



for 

SANDWICHES — DRINKS — LUNCHES 

Roosevelt Square 

Gainesville, Georgia 



SMALL-ESTES BAKERY 

o o o 

HOME OF AUNT BETTY'S BREAD 
o o o 

Gainesville, CJeorgia 



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The Gainesville Florist 

"Home of Fine Flowers" 
"FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION" 
1 1 1 S. Sycamore Street 
, Gainesville, Cieorgia 



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E. Sherman and Co. 



Food Wholesaler — Institution Supplies 



"A Friend of 



North Georgia College" 



Brookline, Mass. 



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Hotel & Restaurant 
Supply Co., Inc. 



KITCHEN 



DINING ROOM EOVIPMENT 



Atlanta, Cieorgia 



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Rich and Morgan 



Wholesale 



Grocers' and Bakers' Supplies 



Atlanta, Georgia 



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The 
McGregor Company 

office and School Supplies and Equipment 

Printing 

Athens, Georgia 



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Compliments of . . 



GULF OIL CO. 

C. J. Carter, Agent 
Gainesville, Georgia 



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Martin-Johnson Furniture 
Company 



"Quality Furniture 

for 

Quality Homes" 

Gainesville, Georgia 



Harrison's Service Station 



"Let Us Sinclairize Your Car for Safe, Summer Driving" 



Gainesville, Georgia 



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NORTH GEORGIA BASKETBALL SCHEDULE UP TO FEB. 19, 1947 



North Georgia 33 

North Georgia 46 

North Georgia 61 

North Georgia 38 

North Georgia 32 

North Georgia 40 

North Georgia 61 

North Georgia 42 

North Georgia 46 

North Georgia 53 

North Georgia 36 

North Georgia 39 

North Georgia 38 

North Georgia 56 

North Georgia 32 

North Georgia 18 

North Georgia 48 

North Georgia 62 

North Georgia 78 

North Georgia 58 

North Georgia 74 

North Georgia 61 



Piedmont College 34 

Ga. School of Medicine 35 

Berry College 18 

Holland Mills 33 

Piedmont College 29 

Western Carolina Teachers .... 41 

Chicopee Mills 24 

Mercer University 56 

Ga. State Teachers College .... 41 

Abraham Baldwin 48 

Mercer University 45 

Beckley College (Ky.) 40 

Western Carolina Teachers .... 52 

Oglethorpe University 43 

Erskine College 39 

U. of Ga. at Savannah 29 

Berry College 30 

West Georgia 40 

Ga. Evening College 36 

Ga. State Teachers College .... 47 

Erskine College 42 

U. of Ga. at Savannah 45 



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Gainesville 

Gainesville 

CuUowhee, N. C. 

Gainesville 

Macon 

Statesboro 

Tifton 

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here 

Due West, S. C. 

Savannah 

Mount Berry 

Carrollton 

here 

here 

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To All Students of North Georia College 




We Wish Success and Good Luc/{ 




o o o 




Compliments of . . . 




DAHLON EGA -ATLANTA 




BUS LINE 




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Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta 7:30 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. 


E.S.T. 


Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville . . . 9:30 A.M. and 1:30 P.M., 


E.S.T. 


Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega .... 8:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M., 


E.S.T. 


Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega . . . 12:30 P.M. and 5:15 P.M., 


E.S.T. 

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Reverence thy name, 
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